Thomas Moore caught up with Travis Jeppesen in conversation upon the rerelease of a new version of his first novel, Victims.
David Roderick answers some questions about his new book, The Americans.
Brian Allen Carr
Art from a thrift store versus art in the MOMA: Brian Allen Carr ponders three curious paintings that came into his life via malt liquor.
Juliet Escoria picks Sarah Gerard’s brain about her debut novel, Binary Star, writing in a trailer, and the best book of the year.
Impromptu communication can be complicated for the autistic, and even more so when trying to get involved in something as formal as converting to Judaism.
Jeff Jackson interviews Alan Michael Parker about his latest book, The Committee on Town Happiness, the word bucolic, and the ratings of life items.
Emily Vizzo considers defensive architecture and safety, sex dolls and Torrey Pines, the body and the murder of Claire Hough.
What does “So have yourself a merry little Christmas now” actually mean? Nicholas Grider takes a personal peer into the nature of a Christmas spent alone.
Felix Bernstein & Vanessa Place
Roman Polanski, Kill List, anti-intellectualism,Terry Richardson, alt lit, and many further forms of scandal and desire come to collide in a pair of conversations intertwining Felix Bernstein and Vanessa Place.
Micah Gottlieb provides an inside look at the Migrating Forms Festival, taking place December 10-18 in NYC, including new films by Gina Telaroli and Stanya Kahn.