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Skinny Legend

Frankie Allegra

07.09.18

Frankie Allegra explores internet stalking and the spectacle of self in this consideration of a recent online social media persona obsession of her own.

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I Still Wander Through Graveyards: An Interview with Lauren Ireland

Jon-Michael Frank

07.02.18

Lauren Ireland in conversation with Jon-Michael Frank about devastation, crystals, death, and her third book of poems, Feelings.

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IN SEARCH OF DUENDE: SHADOWED! IS A 2018 AFTERIMAGE OF ELLEN ROTHENBERG’S 2015 EXHIBITION

August Evans

06.28.18

“Encountering SHADOWED! for me was very much this feeling—of how to navigate, moment by moment, the real kernel of a passed thing.” The duende of Ellen Rothenberg’s 2015 solo exhibition, elsetime, and the 2018 book that examines it, Green Lantern Press’s SHADOWED!.

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Book Album Book: Courtney Barnett’s Tell Me How You Really Feel

Jeff T. Johnson

06.21.18

Introducing: Book Album Book, a new column by Jeff T. Johnson that looks to read albums as cohesive works of literature. This week, Johnson kicks us off with an introduction to the series, followed by a study of Courtney Barnett’s Tell Me How You Really Feel.

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What Goes Up

Maya McCoy

06.11.18

Maya McCoy with a meditation tracing her family’s immigrant roots to her own experience growing up among the “white working class” in northwest Ohio, not far from Cedar Point amusement park.

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Either Way, I Lived: An Interview with Chelsea Hodson

Lauren Grabowski

06.04.18

Lauren Grabowski in conversation with Chelsea Hodson upon the release of her essay collection, Tonight I’m Someone Else, out this week from Henry Holt.

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Kafka on the Skin

Michael Harris Cohen

05.29.18

What does a tattoo say about a person? What if that tattoo is a portrait of Franz Kafka? What would Kafka think?

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INSTANT BY INSTANT

Cat Tyc

05.22.18

“Let the work speak for itself. Blah blah blah. Literature relying on celebrity. Publishing on the internet. Immediate access. Blah blah blah.” Cat Tyc continues her exploration of the relationship between experience, poetics, and media, invoking Charles Olson and Merleau-Ponty.

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THE LAST HOUR OF TELEVISION

Cat Tyc

05.21.18

“The representation of self is a production.” Cat Tyc explores the strange & shifting line between media and identity, in looking at the digital TV transition, Godard in 3D, Rocalotta Moss’s use of 3rd person, Spike Lee, and more.

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Adam Fagin

05.08.18

Adam Fagin looks back at a college-era obsession with Bob Dylan in an attempt to connect it to the formation of his identity, culminating with a complete mental collapse on the streets of New York City in the late 90s.