Annie Liontas in conversation with Diane Cook about the work of nature, monogamy, luck, and god within Cook’s forthcoming collection, Man V. Nature.
In rehab, books can provide time to not have to listen to other people talking. Jordan Castro provides a list of the books that helped him through recovery.
Courtney K. Bambrick
Body Map is a series that invites authors to write about the body. In this installment, Courtney K. Bambrick writes about caring for your rape.
Sarah Rose Etter
Megan Martin opens up about her gunshot of a book, Nevers, foxes, R. Kelly, academia, and feeling like an outsider. Dig in.
Body Map is a series that invites authors to write about the body. In this installment, Ashley Bethard takes on ears, putty, and suspension.
A dire and heartbreaking exploration of the ongoing danger of the mass of often questionably piloted machines we call modern transportation.
Sarah Jean Alexander
Body Map is a series that invites authors to write about the body. In this installment, Sarah Jean Alexander focuses on the aftermath of being hit by a car, not having health insurance, and pressure.
Juliet Escoria picks Dennis Cooper’s brain about his latest book, The Weaklings (XL), Lars von Trier’s bullshit, the inherent goodness of humans, and more.
Kati Heng argues that it’s time to embrace liking whatever you like, even Taylor Swift.
A penetrating exploration of morals, history, and self worth, parsed through the complex lens of Brian and Louis Hitler, said to be the last remaining blood descendants of Adolf. Art by Justin Duffus.