ARTICLES BY alexandraw

Irrational Logic: On Grief, Ritual, and Living Alone

Alexandra Wuest


“Two months after my father drops dead, I wake up and decide I need to live alone.” Alexandra Wuest studies the line between grief and isolation through the lenses of Eve Babitz, Roland Barthes, Agnes Martin, and more.

“How Much Can a Body Endure?”: A Review of Chelsea Hodson’s Pity The Animal

Alexandra Wuest


Chelsea Hodson’s chapbook essay unpacks the effect of the male gaze on the female body. Alexandra Wuest reviews.