ARTICLES BY grantm
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Grant Maierhofer

03.29.17

“I WOULD NOT ASK YOU TO LEND PERSPECTIVE TO MY LIFE IN MUD.” An excerpt from GAG, a new novella by Grant Maierhofer, out tomorrow from Inside the Castle.

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The Immediate Coldness and Failures of Language: A Conversation Between Thomas Moore and Grant Maierhofer

Grant Maierhofer

02.07.17

Grant Maierhofer and Thomas Moore in conversation about each of their latest books, PX138 3100-2686 User’s Manual and In Their Arms, as well as community, structure, language, loops, and more.

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Outside

Grant Maierhofer

12.22.16

Grant Maiherhofer explores the nature of addiction in his frank and moving meditation of a lifelong struggle with the acceptance of recovery from drug and alcohol abuse.

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Let’s Die: The Soho Press Book of 80s Short Fiction

Grant Maierhofer

10.20.16

Dale Peck’s curation of important and sometimes neglected avant-garde lit from the 80s–including Mary Gaitskill, Dodie Bellamy, Bret Easton Ellis–stands not to establish a canon, but to undo one. Grant Maierhofer reviews.

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Bruxism

Grant Maierhofer

09.21.16

“The event didn’t seem to matter nearly as much as the vying for narrative, the ritual search for beginning-middle-end.” New fiction by Grant Maierhofer.

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A Pornography of Nods: On Gaspar Noe’s Love

Grant Maierhofer

07.21.16

In his consideration of Gaspar Noe’s latest film, Love, a “3D erotic romantic drama” featuring fully penetrative sex, Grant Maierhofer grapples with contextualizing a revered artist’s latest work in the light of conceptual disappointment.

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Regarding Lil Ugly Mane and Abject Music

Grant Maierhofer

06.14.16

The mysterious aesthetic of cult underground hip-hop icon Lil Ugly Mane shares as much with crust punk and black metal as it does rap. Grant Maierhofer digs deep into L.U.M.’s lineage as an anti-cultural web phenomenon.

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tabloid photograph of david duchovny wielding starbucks (an ekphrast)

Grant Maierhofer

04.22.15

“I’m like a dog grieving the death of its owner in perpetuity without knowing this means I’m free.” New short fiction from Grant Maierhofer, from his forthcoming collection, Marcel.