80 pounds of sugar and spice - 40 on the chest
In This Issue
An interview with Jenny Boully
From bright to dim, from early morning glow to faint, twinkling starlight
La Dolce Vita, the deepest film ever made about shallowness
"That's funny. I was stopping by to see if I could borrow a vacuum truck. Why would you ask me if I wanted to buy one?"
Letter from the editor
Life as a Big Fat victim. Stealth marketing
A Hitlerian vocabulary
Christian Bök's Eunoia
Pain. The mere mention of the word makes us cringe
For the past 10 years, D. R. Cowles (pronounced Coles) has been photographing historic architecture and cultural remnants in North Africa. Jewish sites have been his primary focus, though he has also photographed Roman ruins, historic Islamic archite
Fencebooks: an aesthetic profile
A short story
15,000 delegates in Vancouver
Portrait of the artist as an off-ramp attendant
Gladly let the bastards keep me down
What's in a name?
The essay-journal of a French master.
A short-short story
Jenny Boully's The Body
What we were hearing was wind-driven rain, ice removal equipment on the streets, and huge tree limbs cracking like great bones under the buildup of ice, then crashing to ground