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Nature V. Diane Cook

Annie Liontas

07.21.14

Annie Liontas in conversation with Diane Cook about the work of nature, monogamy, luck, and god within Cook’s forthcoming collection, Man V. Nature.

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Books I Read In Rehab

Jordan Castro

07.15.14

In rehab, books can provide time to not have to listen to other people talking. Jordan Castro provides a list of the books that helped him through recovery.

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Body Map: Caring For Your Rape

Courtney K. Bambrick

07.14.14

Body Map is a series that invites authors to write about the body. In this installment, Courtney K. Bambrick writes about caring for your rape.

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The Screaming Silence: An Interview with Michael Salerno

Thomas Moore

07.09.14

Thomas Moore takes part in conversation with Michael Salerno about his latest film, Silence.

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I Never Want to Sweat Blood: An Interview with Megan Martin

Sarah Rose Etter

07.03.14

Megan Martin opens up about her gunshot of a book, Nevers, foxes, R. Kelly, academia, and feeling like an outsider. Dig in.

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What Does Art Owe Us?

Weston Cutter

07.02.14

A review of Blake J. Harris’s Console Wars, a letdown of a book about the ‘generation-defining’ battle between Sega and Nintendo.

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Body Map: Ears

Ashley Bethard

06.30.14

Body Map is a series that invites authors to write about the body. In this installment, Ashley Bethard takes on ears, putty, and suspension.

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To Live and Die (Instantly in a Car Wreck) in Texas

Drew Jennings

06.26.14

A dire and heartbreaking exploration of the ongoing danger of the mass of often questionably piloted machines we call modern transportation.

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Intensity is a Total Buzzkill: An Interview with Bob Schofield

Kati Heng

06.24.14

Kati Heng interviews cartoonist Bob Schofield about his upcoming book of beautiful strangeness, The Inevitable June.

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The Disrupted & Amputated Prose of The Left Hand: A Conversation with Paul Curran

Thomas Moore

06.17.14

Paul Curran provides a look into the obsessive combinatory process of the creation of his novel, Left Hand, in conversation with Thomas Moore.