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Thom Jones was not a one-shot wunderkind so much as a career scrapper who banged back at a world intent on beating the shit out of him. Continue reading
Rosarita hooks up with a random guy for the first time in ten years…will her worst fears be realized?
Nathaniel Missildine on Scarlett Johansson, Anthony Lane, and the function of movie stars.
Twenty years before VIDA started collecting statistics that revealed how many more men than women were featured in premier literary publications, Zoe Zolbrod noticed the same kind of disparity. She tried to talk herself out of paying attention, until VIDA’s numbers helped her remember why she should.
How does a poet and art critic, that would be Peter Schjeldahl perhaps the shyest man on earth, become a pyro? Jennifer Kabat finds out in Bovina, NY.