Kati Heng writes about how Tavi Gevinson’s Rookie might be the best magazine not just for teen women but all women.
Melissa Broder talks life, death, and three lines in the forehead in a dispatch from Los Angeles that glows like a gem.
Mira Gonzalez submits a highly personal, drug-laced, and digressively unbound response to Abdellatif Kechiche’s latest film, Blue Is the Warmest Color.
From November 5-November 18, Chelsea Martin and Elizabeth Ellen traveled across much of America on a book tour. Here’s Ellen’s take on the excursion, including diary entries and photographs of Tao Lin.
From November 5-November 18, Chelsea Martin and Elizabeth Ellen traveled across much of America on a book tour. Here’s Martin’s take on the excursion, including diary excerpts and video footage that you’re probably included in.
PinPoint Music’s Kaptain Carbon stops by to review Grief, the latest album from black metal atmosphere-makers, Germ.
Pete Hausler provides a rundown of the 2013 Barclays Premier League season thus far, with analysis of every major team. Art by Danny Jock.
Mike Ingram gets all Andy Rooney about boring literary readings, and suggests we quit all that white noise shit in favor of something else, something better.
In an extended look at the historical quality of celebrity, Matthew Stokoe exhumes what trivialities, gossip-mongering, and other monikers lurk in our contemporary understanding of what it means to be famous.
Sarah Rose Etter
Urban geodes painstakingly crafted by the nimble fingers of Paige Smith make their way from Los Angles to Philadelphia and beyond. Sarah Rose Etter interviews the artist about paper, resin, and Murakami.