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