“From a reflection in both paintings”: Valerie Mejer’s Rain of the Future as the Fragments of NarrativeLaura Carter
Valerie Mejer’s Rain of the Future passes over and over through sleeping and waking states to weave a sense of identity among our mass collective history. Laura Carter reviews.
Kaptain Carbon takes a look at the latest release from Andrew Jackson Jihad, folk punk, and dividing audiences.
Lucy Tiven unpacks the threads of affection, love, masturbation, and humanity alive in Spencer Madsen’s You Can Make Anything Sad.
Courtney Maum reviews cult favorites, mordant humor, and Nobody Is Ever Missing by Catherine Lacey.
Nathaniel Popkin reviews despair, evil, organs, and The Letters of James Agee to Father Flye.