Andrew Worthington talks with Mallory Whitten about PTSD, depression, art, and her new book, Collected Stories and Poems.
Jeff Alessandrelli digs into Portland’s literary scene, finding both a lack worth paying attention to and a sufficiency to make flyover states jealous.
The frontman of Nothing shares his views on literature, existentialism, Charles Bukowski, and hating Ayn Rand in this interview.
Sasha Fletcher & Monica McClure discuss chapbooks, looking for love, aging, art, and more in this honest back and forth.
Lindsay Hunter offers a look into her latest book, Ugly Girls, the explosions of human interaction, and why she will always love Stevie Nicks.
Sherri Caudell sits down with David Norberry of Nomen Novum for some insight on his latest releases, rap, and the Atlanta music scene.
Dodie Bellamy sat down to lunch with Fanzine’s Lucy Tiven in San Francisco to discuss cults, narcissism, drugs, and her latest book, The TV Sutras.
Thomas Page McBee’s writing brings attention to men’s lives as socialized, gendered experiences, rather than having invisible or absent gender. Marisa Crawford talks with him about choice, empathy, and his new book, Man Alive.