PoetryOctober 30, 2014

Mythelectric

A poem by Phillip Aijian

BlogOctober 29, 2014

The Well Said Yes

Meet Adam Joyce, our newly appointed Editor-in-Chief

Visual ArtOctober 28, 2014

From the Roster: Jay Walker

Jay Walker is a Philadelphia based multi-disciplinary artist- creating tape installations, mixed media painting/drawings, and carved sculptures.

PoetryOctober 27, 2014

Look at Your Money

Trevor Logan in conversation with Michael Robbins

Film & TelevisionOctober 24, 2014

A Broken Person Taking Care of Broken People

The Overnighters is a fascinating new documentary portrait of Pastor Jay Reinke and the laborers of the fracking boomtown of Williston, ND.

PoetryOctober 22, 2014

Grease Poet

A poem by Richard King Perkins II

LiteratureOctober 22, 2014

Welcome to Trace Italian

John Darnielle’s new novel Wolf in White Van dispenses its existentialism in small but clearly marked doses.

Music & Performing ArtsOctober 20, 2014

In Conversation with Lecrae

Charles Carman and Lecrae caught up on art, regionalism, double speak and empathy on the recent Phoenix stop of his Anomaly tour.

Visual ArtOctober 14, 2014

From the Roster: Stephanie Imbeau

Rebecca Locke on Stephanie Imbeau’s site-specific sculpture and installations

LiteratureOctober 12, 2014

Letters from Fairyland

With the recent publication of Italo Calvino’s letters, we can learn how he wanted his work in fiction to “subtract weight,” to relieve human burdens.

Visual ArtOctober 7, 2014

The House Shows Project

Elizabeth Dark Wiley’s interview with Andrew Hendrixson…

Film & TelevisionOctober 6, 2014

Saint Fred

“You can ask a lot of questions about the world and your place in it. You can ask about people’s feelings; you can learn the sky’s the limit.”

—Fred Rogers, “Did You Know?”

BlogOctober 3, 2014

David Foster Wallace: In His Own Words

on the new audiobook from Little, Brown Publishers

BlogOctober 2, 2014

Handset

A poem by Timothy E.G. Bartel