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We See No More Than He: Schluter’s Schwob

Dylan Byron

11.26.18

Why does Marcel Schwob remain an obscure literary presence? Dylan Byron argues for the greatness of the anti-idealist’s darkness.

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A Brother’s Life-in-Death: A Review of Prosopopoeia by Farid Tali

Paul Cunningham

11.15.18

How do we explore death? Particularly, through the eyes of the death of a loved one, to HIV/AIDS? Paul Cunningham reviews Farid Tali’s vulnerable and brutal Prosopopoeia.

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Michael on Movies: Wonder Woman

Mike Kleine

10.23.18

“Wonder Woman is not a film to be enjoyed.” The first installment of Mike Kleine’s column on popular films takes a fan’s eye view of 2017’s Wonder Woman.

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This is Work: A Review of Joe Hall’s Someone’s Utopia

Joseph Houlihan

10.08.18

Joseph Houlihan reviews Joe Hall’s latest, Someone’s Utopia, exploring the intrinsic link between internet language and brutality, and between work and love.

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It’s Not Confessional: Meadow Slasher by Joshua Marie Wilkinson

Jacob Schepers

10.01.18

Jacob Schepers reviews the latest from Joshua Marie Wilkinson, Meadow Slasher, and its interrogation of confession.

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Book Album Book: Snail Mail, Lush

Jeff T. Johnson

09.27.18

The September edition of Jeff T. Johnson’s Book Album Book column hones in on the warm, lovesick sounds of Snail Mail’s Lush.

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A Loneliness That Rings: On Premonitions by Elizabeth Schmuhl

Alexandra Naughton

09.17.18

“A dreamy, pastoral world of blackberry blossoms, storms, hungry coyotes, the woods, cut flesh, and flowering bones.” Alexandra Naughton reviews Elizabeth Schmuhl’s Premonitions, newly released from Wayne State University Press.

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Ideal Home Noise (16): REYNOLDS, PARAJANOV, SIDIBE, DUVERT, RAUSCHENBERG,

Jeff Jackson

08.30.18

Jeff Jackson checks in with his latest edition of Ideal Home Noise, taking a look at Welsh comics artist Chris Reynolds, Criterion’s release of Sergei Parajanov’s The Color of Pomegranates, new retrospectives of photographer Malick Sidibe and Robert Rauschenberg, and Tony Duvert’s Atlantic Island.

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Book Album Book: La Luz, Floating Features

Jeff T. Johnson

08.27.18

The third installment of Jeff T. Johnson’s Book Album Book column sidles up alongside Los Angeles four-piece La Luz’s latest album, Floating Features.

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Brandon Brown is Arcimboldo! A Review of THE FOUR SEASONS

Michael Gottlieb

08.07.18

“kale, grapes, internet wars, water of the Yuba, medical cheeba, Gregg Araki movies, the smell of Alli’s neck and clavicles, a disintegrating leather couch on which I chill, Carly Rae Jepsen…” Michael Gottlieb reviews the latest from Brandon Brown.