Jeff Jackson with his latest monthly roundup of stimulating creations, this month including the work of Vera Chytilova, Silvina Ocampo, and Louise Bourgeois.
Erin Wisti’s essay on her trip to the Museum of Death in Los Angeles.
Scott Creney tries to find anything other than Joshua Cohen and Ben Lerner in the new ‘novels’ from Joshua Cohen and Ben Lerner.
The first of an ongoing series by Detroit native Sean Kilpatrick, in which the author takes work as a door-to-door fundraiser in a city already in the midst of immeasurable decay.
Zachary Thomas Dodson’s Bats of the Republic combines sci-fi, mystery, steampunk, and many other modes with continuously innovative design. Carolyn DeCarlo reviews.
Kent Shaw reviews the showering aliveness of James McCorkle’s newest collection of poetry.
A comprehensive and intimate breakdown of the various forms of consciousness in play in Feng Sun Chen’s The 8th House. Carrie Lorig reviews.
Sam DiBella unpacks the game design and cryptic narrative of the interactive movie video game, Her Story, in which the user must solve a murder using only a police database of interview clips.
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.