M. Milks reports on desire and acceptance in The Fits, a film about a young dancer who begins to suffer spasms as a member of a troupe, raising important questions about the lines between sickness and art.
Cheer Up, Femme Fatale combines three major works by one of Korea’s poetic superstars. Megan Milks reviews.
A mysterious book that pollutes everyone who comes in contact with it; a system of ordered hopelessness; the steady panic of an endless grid of noise: Damnation is a book that will make you afraid to be alone with it. Megan Milks reviews.
A tour through the Playboy mansion: Kate Durbin’s Kept Women as part travel brochure, part cultural archaeology.
The “madwomen” of Modernist literature come out of their cages and rattle the bars in Kate Zambreno’s Heroines.