“Let the work speak for itself. Blah blah blah. Literature relying on celebrity. Publishing on the internet. Immediate access. Blah blah blah.” Cat Tyc continues her exploration of the relationship between experience, poetics, and media, invoking Charles Olson and Merleau-Ponty.
Catch Business & Shy Watson talk about Watson’s new book of poetry, Cheap Yellow, and whether romance is love.
Mike Kleine wrote a 100,000-word book in five days, under contract for publication. Herein he dissects the nitty-gritty of his approach to the ambitious project, which has taken the form of a novel about the Zodiac Killer, including acts of coding, miming, and visual design.
“We simultaneously participate in Apple’s pain while using her performance as a container for our own. That way, we too get the chance to bleed.” Sarah Kasbeer collectivizes the duende of trauma in Fiona Apple’s 1996 album, Tidal.
Jeff Jackson’s Ideal Home Noise column returns with a look at five crucial bits of culture for your home — including Fleur Jaeggy, Bresson, and Halpern.
Jason Teal digs in with Alana I. Capria about her horrific, Lynchian fairy tale novel Mother Walked into the Lake.