“What I’m trying to say is, there’s something wrong with me. It’s not that I don’t believe in anything, it’s that I don’t care.” New short fiction by Becca Yenser.
Quenton Baker in conversation with Richard Chiem about his book, This Glittering Republic, which unflinchingly dives deep into many questions surrounding the state of blackness in America.
How does noise change who we are? What is the difference between noise as music and mere cacophony? Grant Maierhofer meditates on the influence of chaotic audio in his life, including SUNN O))), Joy Division, and The Body.
“i think a black and white crown vic is basically the platonic ideal of a cop car” New work by Theo Francis.
“The ephemerality and immateriality of the evening lurk in the vaulted space, threaten the elevated precise present, and host duende, which by nature comes awake when time and element are allocated as such.” Bradyn Sloan elegantly charts the duende within a recent Seattle visit by Yugoslavian performance artist Marina Abramović.
“Even when she was the size of an aircraft carrier, the tumbling bodies jockeying for space were a bizarre delight. She imagined her womb as a wilderness where anything could happen.” New short fiction by Anne-Marie Kinney.
Aase Berg in conversation with Paul Cunninghan upon the release of her latest book, Hackers, translated from the Swedish by Johannes Göransson.
Adam DeGraff visits the Emily Dickinson retrospective at the Morgan Library and becomes immersed in previously unfamiliar aspects of her life.
What does it mean to perform as a clown? What can be gleaned from the experience and carried over into life, creation?
“A cop looks at me from another car and I feel…panic? No, I just regret everything.” New short fiction by Zoe Goldstein.