“Everybody needs someone to know who they really are” – Documenting The Greatest Literary Hoax of Our Time with Jeff FeuerzeigSteven T. Hanley
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.
Take the ugliness and the beautifulness and stick them right next to each other: An Interview with Juliet EscoriaAndrew Duncan Worthington
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.
Filmmaker, author, and publisher Michael Salerno (AKA Kiddie Punk) checks in with Steven T. Hanley ‘s series of artist Top 10s to provide a list of his favorite works that contemplate childhood, including work by Hirokazu Kore-eda, Thomas Bernhard, and Ingmar Bergman.
“I don’t really know if stand up is dead…but I don’t really think anyone leaves the house anymore.” Timothy Willis Sanders caught up with one of his favorite meme creators, KornFan420, and picked his brain about recognition, plagiarism, the future of comedy, and more.
Richard Chiem on Damian Lillard as a source of inspiration in the face of exclusion, prejudice, and social fakes.
For years, Eric Oglander has been scavenging Craigslist for pictures of mirrors posted by strangers and reposting them online. Steven T. Hanley caught up with him to talk about the nature of the obsession, what mirrors can do, and the release of his coffee table book, Mirrors.
Seven scenes from the National Democratic Convention in Philadelphia that highlight politicians, protestors, artists, and the Hillary Clinton acceptance speech.