Derick Dupre shares an entry from a notebook of thoughts he collected when he was 23 and working at a bookstore in Penn Station. Enjoy this March of the Damned.
Erica Lewis returns with her second Wind In Your Fox Fur column, examining Ohio, jewelry, art, style, and, of course, metallic clogs.
Arnaud Théval photographs French prisons after they’ve been emptied of inmates — and Sarah Rose Etter interviews him about the project, what he’s uncovered, and explores the prison industrial complex alongside an examination of his book.
Vi Khi Nao speaks with Andrew Wessels while in Istanbul about his new collection, A Turkish Dictionary.
In this installment of Unpublishable, Jeff Jackson shares 25 writing tips that will bring you closer to the void.
THE TOXIC AND THE LYRIC IV: On Anaïs Duplan: Radical Intimacy as New History Poem; As Wound and As Co-Body; the Shaking Apart of Robert Lowell; Strange Fruit as IEDJoyelle McSweeney
The fourth and final installment in Joyelle McSweeney’s column, calling on Suzan-Lori Parks, Anaïs Duplan, Robert Lowell, and more, begins with a question: “Could the Present itself be a Mouth of Hell–a site, a stoma, a membrane where absence and presence of the Past is painfully mediated?”
Joseph Scapellato speaks with Jason Teal about westerns and the New West in relation to Scapellato’s debut work of fiction, Big Lonesome.