Dan Magers picks the brain of Ben Fama about Lacan, Paula Deen, Blade Runner and Fama’s two new books of poetry.
An introspective shakedown of the mythos of the artist in an era of online masturbation and self-help, starring Tumblr, Henry Miller, and Sheila Heti.
Mark Baumer provides transcription of a conversation between Franco & Shields believed to have occurred sometime in the year 1991.
Jos Charles examines the line between individuality and social responsibility in an attempt to find a personal location among the past.
A compound look at how Super Bowl XLVIII bleeds into Neutral Milk Hotel live. Jacob Perkins reviews.
Terrance Wedin turns to the Columbus Blue Jackets to lead him from himself.
What do cannibalism, Medusa, and viking metal have to do with each other? Kaptain Carbon stops by to dissect where fine art and heavy metal clash: Album covers.
Alex Dimitrov talks to Sarah Certa about the performance poetry of Night Call, the secret anxieties of internet trolls, and finding something to worship in America.
An analysis of pop culture, pop art, and pop performance’s influences at work in the gurlesque and beyond.
David Peak takes an in-depth look into the singular experience that is the work of Gary J. Shipley.