Our macabre week continues as Matt Crowley provides an unrequitedly comprehensive breakdown of everything you need to know about free flatulence simulators for your iPhone.
“now people lie bleeding in the tea-colored water / the day is over and the sky is burning”: An excerpt from the poem “Arctic Command,” translated from the Danish by Julia Cohen and Jens Bjering.
“ABLEABACAA / ABODOMINAAAMPITI / AMPLEAAAAMBIAMPAVAL / ACRIMAAACIAAAANIMALL.” Deep self-scan in new work from Meghan Lamb.
Kati Heng talks with strangers during Pride Week in Chicago’s Boystown about Caitlyn Jenner.
Kelly Schirmann & Tyler Brewington
Kelly Schirmann and Tyler Brewington, co-authors of the collaborative book Boyfriend Mountain, interview each other about their experiences of writing the book.
Brian Warfield offers this enlightening summary of NYT Best Selling books that he’s never read and most of us don’t care about.
Timothy Willis Sanders
Timothy Willis Sanders provides a 17-year younger version of himself with advice on guilt, weed, and Mario Kart.
Nothing much to say today on the deceased cinephile dictator (still digesting Christopher Hitchens death, imagining what he would write in Kim…
Everyone is always ragging on this guy, saying he has a mean streak, or that he’s a hypocrite for leading the charge to impeach…
Speaking of 60 Minutes (see previous blog post…we are blazing away trying to get our blog up to date after some serious ignoring for months),…