The Disordered Mind of Yours TrulyAmy Herschleb
Anhvu Buchanan’s The Disordered is a catalog of what ails you in the most understanding and awful terms––no stones cast or unturned––in the precise language of a photograph or a feeling.
Everything I’m Reading Right This SecondAmy Herschleb
I strained my neck but supposedly had fibromyalgia for about three gruesome days (it didn’t take) because hypochondria, and I’m over that now, because who has time for that? Which means I count myself infinitely lucky and here is a summary of everything that happened during that time.
A Conversation with Jaswinder Bolina’s Phantom CameraAmy Herschleb
This is much less a review of Phantom Camera and much more a summation of a single conversation spanning years which was caught in the throat of Gchat and coughed onto the page, whole hog.
Love Story: Frida & Diego & IAmy Herschleb
“Frida & Diego: Passion, Politics, and Painting” is on exhibit at the High Museum of Art as of Valentine’s Day 2013. This is about the beholder and all that is beheld.
Skin Job: Evan J PetersonAmy Herschleb
Editor picks at the flesh of Evan J. Peterson’s Skin Job and find what meaty truths are hidden there. Next: a field trip to Chambers of Horror.
Tangents Relating to Death & Scott McClanahan, MaybeAmy Herschleb
This is not really about Scott McClanahan’s Collected Works Vol. 1. It’s more of a reading of a life that would be better in stories directly and kindly told by Scott. It’s looking into the pool of his work and saying “Change me.”
A Conversation with Amy GerstlerAmy Herschleb
In which Fanzine has a conversation with poet Amy Gerstler about the accessibility of language, the relative usefulness of education, the state of the arts, and monsters.
Psycho Moto FanzineAmy Herschleb
A tribute to DIY culture that brought us the zine. Video by Ethan Minsker of Antagovision.
I May Or May Not Have Interviewed Eric AndreAmy Herschleb
It was the most daunting interview ever: going head to head with professionally bad interviewer Eric Andre. And then it didn’t record. Thank God, because it was a terrible interview.
Chapbook: I Live Here Now by Jackie ClarkAmy Herschleb
The latest offering from Lame House Press (which "irregularly publishes chapbooks from emerging poets"), Jackie Clark’s I Live Here Now,…