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Savage Park: An Interview With Amy Fusselman

Courtney Maum

03.03.15

Courtney Maum interviews Amy Fusselman about her newest book, Savage Park.

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Articulatory Organs and Hindi Sounds

John Rufo

03.02.15

A lyric essay by John Rufo on learning Hindi. “Hindi is a very scientific language.”

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It’s Not A New Phenomenon: An Interview with Ben Nadler

Andrew Duncan Worthington

02.26.15

Andrew Worthington catches up with Ben Nadler about his punk retrospective, Punk in NYC’s Lower East Side, 1981-1991.

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Create Your Own Atrocity: Drew Buxton’s “Two Stories”

The Fanzine

02.25.15

The third and final winner of the Create Your Own Atrocity contest, “Two Stories” by Drew Buxton.

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EVERYTHING IS GOOD: THE ART OF DAVID SHRIGLEY

Ryan Ridge

02.24.15

Ryan Ridge takes a close look at how the art of David Shrigley influences his writing, life and death, and fear.

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PJ Harvey: Recording in Progress

Paula Bomer

02.17.15

Paula Bomer visits London to watch PJ Harvey record her latest album as part of a piece of performance art. Read the report.

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Go With The Flow and Hope: An Interview with Dasher

Scott Daughtridge

02.16.15

Scott Daughtridge catches up with Dasher front-woman Kylee Kimbrough in midst of their rise from the small club scene in Atlanta to nationwide success.

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What is the Future For: An Interview with Corinne Mucha

Kati Heng

02.10.15

Kati Heng talks to Chicago artist Corinne Mucha about her work, audience, and being a woman in the indie comic scene.

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The Master At Play

Jake Valento

02.09.15

Jake Valento looks closely at Paul Thomas Anderson’s Inherent Vice and finds a film that’s more than the sum of its shaggy-dog pot-smoked parts.

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Masahiro Shinoda and his film Under the Blossoming Cherry Trees (1975)

Daniel Beauregard

02.04.15

Daniel Beauregard on one of the most stunning films by Japanese New Wave icon Masahiro Shinoda.