Paul Cunningham and Purdey Lord Kreiden Thomas Taren got together over email to discuss new endeavors, theories of translation, tree-logic, decadence, kid-scoundrels, glitch-worlds, waste places, and the current state of poetry.
Fortunato Salazar sets off on a series of interviews with extraordinary people currently living in the U.S. by way of the O-1 nonimmigrant visa, beginning with Estonia-born musician and writer Maria Minerva
Hannah Gamble talks with Chicago rapper Lamon Manuel of Tomorrow Kings about performance, self-loathing, Blackness, feminism, social media, and his forthcoming solo album, Music To Feel Like Shit To.
Stacy Elaine Dacheux interviews Eva Anderson, writer for shows such as You’re the Worst, Comedy Bang! Bang!, and a teacher of sketch comedy for the Upright Citizens Brigade. They discuss LA, writing, magic, and community.
Michael Galinsky’s once-forgotten photos taken in shopping malls in 1989 capture a lonely, eerie era of American life and consumerism.
Kati Heng interviews Alex Mar about her new book, Witches in America, and the place of witchcraft and paganism in broader culture.
Chris McCreary talks New Jersey, original sin, and personal history with Daniel Nester through the lens of Nester’s latest, Shader: 99 Notes on Car Washes, Grief, Making Out in Church, and Other Unlearnable Subjects.
Why worry about climate change when we’re all already zombies? Chris Holdaway goes in deep with author with Roy Scranton on where the hell to go from here, in the context of his new book, Learning to Die in the Anthropocene.
Sunni Johnson in conversation with porn-pop video artist extraordinaire Actually Huizenga about her bewitching new short movie, Viking Angel.