Anhvu Buchanan’s The Disordered is a catalog of what ails you in the most understanding and awful terms––no stones cast or unturned––in the precise language of a photograph or a feeling.
I strained my neck but supposedly had fibromyalgia for about three gruesome days (it didn’t take) because hypochondria, and I’m over that now, because who has time for that? Which means I count myself infinitely lucky and here is a summary of everything that happened during that time.
This is much less a review of Phantom Camera and much more a summation of a single conversation spanning years which was caught in the throat of Gchat and coughed onto the page, whole hog.
“Frida & Diego: Passion, Politics, and Painting” is on exhibit at the High Museum of Art as of Valentine’s Day 2013. This is about the beholder and all that is beheld.
Editor picks at the flesh of Evan J. Peterson’s Skin Job and find what meaty truths are hidden there. Next: a field trip to Chambers of Horror.
This is not really about Scott McClanahan’s Collected Works Vol. 1. It’s more of a reading of a life that would be better in stories directly and kindly told by Scott. It’s looking into the pool of his work and saying “Change me.”
In which Fanzine has a conversation with poet Amy Gerstler about the accessibility of language, the relative usefulness of education, the state of the arts, and monsters.
It was the most daunting interview ever: going head to head with professionally bad interviewer Eric Andre. And then it didn’t record. Thank God, because it was a terrible interview.
The latest offering from Lame House Press (which "irregularly publishes chapbooks from emerging poets"), Jackie Clark’s I Live Here Now,…