Gary J. Shipley
Gary Shipley explores the effect of two works of art that simulate the corpse, by Jeremy Millar and Ron Mueck, through the lenses of Levi and Baudrillard.
Literary envy among writers runs rampant more than ever in the age of the comment forum and social media. What can be done with it?
Shane Jones looks back on a contentious year for the National Book Awards.
Danniel Schoonebeek catches up with Lera Lynn in the wake of touring for her latest album, The Avenues, and her appearance in True Detective season two.
Weston Cutter argues the 2015 Minnesota Twins are beyond the usual Sabermetric measurements.
Andrew Duncan Worthington
Andrew Worthington speaks with Ross Gay and Richard Wehrenberg about Midwest literary culture, DIY print, and their collaborative chapbook, River.
Fanzine features an excerpt from Bengt Jangfeldt’s Mayakovsky: A Biography, translated from the Swedish by Harry D. Watson.
Scott Creney considers the revolutionary fire on Pharrell Williams’ new single “Freedom.”
What do our body markings say about our experience and faith? Mariusz Zubrowski takes a hard look though the lens of one brave fan’s ill-fated “Cleveland Cavaliers 2015 NBA Champs” tattoo.
Tanner Tafelski takes a look back at the three most recent films by Sean Baker, recently including Tangerine, a feature film shot via the iPhone5.