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Brett Ortler

09.11.18

Brett Ortler with a moving essay on what happens when technologically connected millennials die, video games, the smattering of friendships that stick with you (for whatever reason) for life, losing a close friend to chronic illness, the music of Matthew Good, and much more.

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SHE WAS GREAT: SHE TRIED TO SUE ME: An Interview with Iphgenia Baal

Fiona Helmsley

09.10.18

Iphgenia Baal speaks with Fiona Helmsley about death, memory, writing from personal life, and much more regarding her new book, Death & Facebook.

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Luis Neer

09.04.18

How do you review an unprecedented, 712 page hyper-realist novel that bucks every convention? Luis Neer does so in tribute to Megan Boyle’s monumental LIVEBLOG by throwing himself head-on into a exhaustive, mirror image panorama of digression and confession.

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Ideal Home Noise (16): REYNOLDS, PARAJANOV, SIDIBE, DUVERT, RAUSCHENBERG,

Jeff Jackson

08.30.18

Jeff Jackson checks in with his latest edition of Ideal Home Noise, taking a look at Welsh comics artist Chris Reynolds, Criterion’s release of Sergei Parajanov’s The Color of Pomegranates, new retrospectives of photographer Malick Sidibe and Robert Rauschenberg, and Tony Duvert’s Atlantic Island.

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Book Album Book: La Luz, Floating Features

Jeff T. Johnson

08.27.18

The third installment of Jeff T. Johnson’s Book Album Book column sidles up alongside Los Angeles four-piece La Luz’s latest album, Floating Features.

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Some Corresponding Loops: an embodied reading of Jenny Hval’s Paradise Rot

Savannah Hampton

08.21.18

Savannah Hampton on erotics, architecture, and belief as found in her reading of the debut novel by the Norwegian avant garde wunderkind songwriter Jenny Hval.

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In Brazen Fontanelle Aflame: Levi Bentley & Ted Rees In Conversation

Levi Bentley

08.20.18

Levi Bentley explores the ornate collapse of Ted Rees’ In Brazen Fontanelle Aflame, just released from Timeless, Infinite Light.

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On Reading the Work of Friends

Jessica Alexander

08.14.18

“The obvious: writing I love clarifies a fog I live inside.” Jessica Alexander measures the effect of language on her life, from the work of friends to Raymond Carver.

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The Stories Are Horrifying: An Interview with Kristen Stone

M. Milks

08.13.18

M. Milks spoke with Kristen Stone about their new novel, That Which Girls Conjure Will Help Them Survive, which explores inherited trauma, nervous desires, and the ongoing work of repair.

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Empathy and Resistance: An Interview with Alan Michael Parker

Jeff Jackson

08.06.18

Jeff Jackson dives into Alan Michael Parker’s love of Gertrude Stein and the first person singular through the lens of his latest book from Dzanc.