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SHE WAS GREAT: SHE TRIED TO SUE ME: An Interview with Iphgenia Baal

Fiona Helmsley

09.10.18

Iphgenia Baal speaks with Fiona Helmsley about death, memory, writing from personal life, and much more regarding her new book, Death & Facebook.

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Summer In The City.

Steve Anwyll

09.05.18

“The apartment has no airflow. And in this heat. It’s damp. Suffocating. Unbearable.” New fiction by Steve Anwyll.

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Luis Neer

09.04.18

How do you review an unprecedented, 712 page hyper-realist novel that bucks every convention? Luis Neer does so in tribute to Megan Boyle’s monumental LIVEBLOG by throwing himself head-on into a exhaustive, mirror image panorama of digression and confession.

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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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My Piss Is

Tracy Lynne Oliver

08.28.18

“My piss is a gray squirrel named Nutmeg. It scampers wet. And I am relieved.” Short fiction by Tracy Lynne Oliver.

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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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This Weekend

Tracy Lynne Oliver

08.23.18

“The saddest thing is a dying horse. That time I hit one with my car. How I sat beside it while it died. Begging it to rise again, let me on its back, how we could just ride away and eat grass and lick salt.” Short fiction by Tracy Lynne Oliver.

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Some Corresponding Loops: an embodied reading of Jenny Hval’s Paradise Rot

Savannah Hampton

08.21.18

Savannah Hampton on erotics, architecture, and belief as found in her reading of the debut novel by the Norwegian avant garde wunderkind songwriter Jenny Hval.

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In Brazen Fontanelle Aflame: Levi Bentley & Ted Rees In Conversation

Levi Bentley

08.20.18

Levi Bentley explores the ornate collapse of Ted Rees’ In Brazen Fontanelle Aflame, just released from Timeless, Infinite Light.

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The Brothers Squimbop

David Leo Rice

08.15.18

“The Brothers Squimbop, Jim and Joe, plied their trade in the dusty American interior of the 2070s, which, following the logic that Y2K was the Zero Hour and it was all linear reversion from there, mapped almost perfectly onto the 1930s.” New fiction by David Leo Rice.