Three new poems by Andrea Rexilius, generated by a somatic experiment, in collaboration with CA Conrad and HR Hegnauer, and selected by Fall poetry editor, Ella Longpre.
Daniel Torday suspects his growing lack of interest in the NFL might be tied to murder, violence, and brain injuries. Or he’s just watching more My Little Pony.
Mira Gonzalez submits a highly personal, drug-laced, and digressively unbound response to Abdellatif Kechiche’s latest film, Blue Is the Warmest Color.
Jamie Iredell talks with Gina Myers about why he is ashamed of who he is, but not afraid of it.
Janice Lee & Michael du Plessis
Three collaborative poems from Janice Lee and Michael du Plessis, a part of their project based on movies featuring decapitation. Selected by Fall poetry editor, Ella Longpre.
From November 5-November 18, Chelsea Martin and Elizabeth Ellen traveled across much of America on a book tour. Here’s Ellen’s take on the excursion, including diary entries and photographs of Tao Lin.
PinPoint Music’s Kaptain Carbon stops by to review Grief, the latest album from black metal atmosphere-makers, Germ.
Three new poems from Heather Christle, author of What Is Amazing, selected by fall poetry editor, Ella Longpre.
Mike Ingram gets all Andy Rooney about boring literary readings, and suggests we quit all that white noise shit in favor of something else, something better.
In an extended look at the historical quality of celebrity, Matthew Stokoe exhumes what trivialities, gossip-mongering, and other monikers lurk in our contemporary understanding of what it means to be famous.