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Kate Zambreno Texts of Nothing

What could the “I” be in language, could it dissolve into other “I’s,” could it be multiple? Could the I’s begin playing games with each other?

July 28, 2020
Brad Phillips I Don't Want to Believe

I recently discovered that—unlike in my twenties—at 46 years old I am able to spend innumerable hours watching The X-Files unassisted by marijuana.

July 14, 2020
Travis Diehl The Spirit of '70

We don’t need a film crew to invent an LAPD cruiser in flames outside a mall; teargas in a D.C. churchyard; a Minneapolis precinct on fire; a new generation marching in the glow.

June 30, 2020
Izabella Scott An Invisible Crown: How to Be an Heiress

What follows is a story of a number of women who invented fortunes. They lied, faked pictures, forged documents, and posed as socialites, or royals. They enacted, without knowing one other, The Heiress Con: inventing a fortune in order to create one.

June 16, 2020

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