Dylan Angell explores sensations of guilt, social responsibility, identity, and anxiety in remembering the act of taking part in burning down his elementary school.
Gary J. Shipley
“All the visible planets are the wrong size, and nobody notices.” Gary J. Shipley with an imagination of the unimaginable sequel to Jodorowsky’s The Holy Mountain.
Kristen Iskandrian catches up with Wassan Al-Khudhairi, the curator of Third Space, a new exhibit at the Birmingham Museum of Art that melds ideas of “migration/diaspora/exile, gaze/agency/representation, spirit/nature/landscape, and traditions/histories/memory” to expand the notion of the American South.
Juliet Escoria takes an in-depth, personal, and socially-complicated eye into the Elizabeth Ellen’s massive and potentially controversial tome, Person/a.
“I can repeat the same words I’ve said in past just so you know / I’m foreal” New poetry by Jasmine Gibson, from late winter poetry editor Aurelia Guo.
Jaime Fountaine guides you through the analysis paralysis of the Netflix dashboard with 15 microreviews of your new favorite trashy shit to watch mired in the cold.
Shane Jesse Christmass
“Clouds of dust and fireworks. Tanks in Times Square fishtail sideways. Soldiers stomp heads. Coffee shop for lease. Retail shop for lease.” New work by Shane Jesse Christmass.
Double mind for your eye with two top ten lists of Mark Gluth’s favorite vocal songs and instrumental albums, including work by Guided By Voices, Lil B, Kitty Pryde, Oneohtrix Point Never, and much more.
Elizabeth Wood’s debut feature film, White Girl, provides a complicated mix of shock value and late 90s aesthetics to create a controversial, and perhaps exploitative, new film packed full of sex, drugs, and hustling.
“The word angel is evil and anyone who uses it is evil. / Plus size see-through g-string.” New work from Katherine Botten, from late winter poetry editor Aurelia Guo.