Felix Bernstein & Vanessa Place
Roman Polanski, Kill List, anti-intellectualism,Terry Richardson, alt lit, and many further forms of scandal and desire come to collide in a pair of conversations intertwining Felix Bernstein and Vanessa Place.
Morgan Parker provides a vital roundup of the #BlackPoetsSpeakOut movement, born in the wake of the murder of Mike Brown and countless other black Americans at the hands of the police.
Jeff Alessandrelli digs into Portland’s literary scene, finding both a lack worth paying attention to and a sufficiency to make flyover states jealous.
Dodie Bellamy sat down to lunch with Fanzine’s Lucy Tiven in San Francisco to discuss cults, narcissism, drugs, and her latest book, The TV Sutras.
Natalie Eilbert turns a sharp, unwavering eye to the issues of consent, concession, and certainty in sex.
Kati Heng tries to wrestle with the question of whether an abortion is about the woman or the life she’s carrying.
Frances Dinger takes a personal look at two different ways of handling intimacy and the boundaries therein.
Accountability is in short supply in our literary communities. Dianna Dragonetti reviews.
Elizabeth Mikesch pries windows into Marilyn Minter’s Green Pink Caviar, a film inspiring her debut collection, Niceties: Aural Ardor, Pardon Me.
Nicholas Grider provides thoughtful consideration of how autism affects his reading and his writing.