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War Porn: An Interview With Roy Scranton

Hilary Plum

09.26.16

The complexity and reckoning of war, particularly the representation of war in fiction, emerge in this conversation with Iraq War veteran Roy Scranton, through the lens of his latest book, the novel War Porn.

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Who Controls Mr. Robot’s Debt-Free Utopia?

Stephen Danos

09.22.16

Following the conclusion of its second season, Stephen Danos takes a look at the hit hacker-themed Mr. Robot and dissects the ways it aims to depict contemporary financial strife and the struggle for control.

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Music I Have Traveled To

Sonya Vatomsky

09.20.16

Sonya Vatomsky surveys the soundtrack to more than a decade of their life traveling to see favorite artists like PJ Harvey, Nick Cave, and Einstuerzende Neubauten with friends from LiveJournal all across the world. Illustration by Mary Anne Carter.

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Wings, Thighs, Breasts: It’s Hooters’ World, We Just Die In It

Scott Creney

09.15.16

What to do when you are given a gift card to Hooters and you don’t really want to go to Hooters? Scott Creney uses the opportunity to dig deep into what scantily clad wing chain says about sex and power in America.

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You have to be perfect at everything: An Interview with Chelsea Martin

Juliet Escoria

09.13.16

Chelsea Martin in conversation with Juliet Escoria about fashion, the 90s, meeting new people, and the creation of her latest book, Mickey.

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THE INSIDE OF AN OUTSIDER: Chelsea Martin’s Mickey

Lindsay Maharry

09.12.16

“Chelsea Martin creates outsider art for other outsiders, not the kind of outsider art that’s only appreciated once the insane person is discovered dead in a barn with a thousand fantastic paintings.” Lindsay Maharry takes a look at Martin’s latest book, Mickey, a meditation on relationships and depression.

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JAR OF COINS

Eleanor Jane

09.08.16

“I have never really made a home for myself.” Eleanor Jane explores how a nightmarish roommate situation, particularly in the pricey and jam-packed NYC, can unsettle the very foundation of your daily existence.

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In Search of Duende: Diane Arbus at the Met

Rachel Lyon

09.06.16

For the first of a series of posts contemplating a contemporary idea of cultural duende curated by August Evans, Rachel Lyon visits the Met to explore a new exhibition of early work by Diane Arbus.

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“Everybody needs someone to know who they really are” – Documenting The Greatest Literary Hoax of Our Time with Jeff Feuerzeig

Steven T. Hanley

08.30.16

Filmmaker Jeff Feuerzeig in conversation with Steven T. Hanley about the making of his new film, Author: The JT Leroy Story, which follows Laura Albert’s journey in causing one of the biggest literary scandals ever.

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Take the ugliness and the beautifulness and stick them right next to each other: An Interview with Juliet Escoria

Andrew Duncan Worthington

08.29.16

Juliet Escoria in conversation with Andrew Duncan Worthington about witches, shopping, the recents floods in West Virginia, Axl Rose, and her latest book, Witch Hunt, out now from Lazy Fascist.