Dick Cheney has a heart? Well, he does now at least, rendered by its impression in Heather Fuller’s tragicomic verse.
The third installment of Jeff Jackson’s Ideal Home Noise takes a look at new and updated releases from Wim Wenders, Costas-Gravas, and Stewart Home.
Leopoldine Core’s Veronica Bench embodies a vulvar space alongside Lara Glenum, Ish Klein, Gertrude Stein. Maggie Millner reviews.
Tanner Tafelski looks at some of the mood at work in John Magary’s latest film, the comic-drama, The Mend.
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Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha’s Bodymap peers calmly and unflinchingly into deep trauma, both social and sexual. Grace Shuyi Liew reviews.
Kent Shaw dives through the multiple abstractions and lyricism of Eric Ekstrand’s Laodicea.
What is BreakBeat poetry? Who is Miss Black America? Morgan Parker’s debut collection sheds a ton of necessary light. Gina Myers reviews.
Paul Cunningham examines Pittsburgh’s Sol Persona, a solo project from Karter Schachner, for fans of Perfume Genius and How to Dress Well.
Jeff Jackson’s second installation of Ideal Home Noise rounds up new work from Tom McCarthy, Mickey Zacchilli, and Bob Dylan.
How do we begin to talk about work that we can barely begin to identify the direction of?