A look at the rise of queer fabulist fiction by women writers, a chronicle of the decade when we almost turned the tide on climate change, controversial poetry from Anders Carlson-Wee and the pitfalls of adopting others’ identities in art, and more.
Author Matthew Sharpe speaks with artist Sue Havens about her work, Turkish embroidery, ephemera, raku ceramics, and more.
Nkosi Nkululeko's work explores the body and how bodies grow into citizens of unjust worlds. The recipient of fellowships from Poets House, the Watering Hole, and Callaloo, Nkululeko shares with us some of his current favorites, including music from R+R+NOW, Rosalind E. Krauss’s Passages in Modern Sculpture, and the works of Isamu Noguchi.
Lindsay Eyth takes on the patriarchy in Self-Defense, her first solo exhibition, on display at RECSPEC Gallery.
Meg Fee is the author of Places I Stopped on The Way Home, an exploration of the formative years she spent in the city as a 20-something. In this interview, she talks about New York City as a cultural construct, finding home, and turning 30.
A selection of photos from our ninth issue release party, held at Slantspace in Austin on May 25, 2018.
Young Latinx Artists 23: Beyond Walls, Between Gates, Under Bridges asked up-and-coming Latinx artists and curators to consider and explore the border between the U.S. and Mexico, a flashpoint for so much contemporary political sorrow and strife.
by Shannon Perri
Two months into the fall semester, Caroline found herself at her first real college party, not counting the horrifying fraternity bash a girl in her freshman seminar had begged her to attend…