In this episode of VICE Talks Film, we sat down with the filmmaker to discuss his new documentary, Author: The JT LeRoy Story, and the woman behind the scandal that shook the literary world.
Essayist Mark Greif's new book Against Everything doesn't tell you how to live, but it does encourage you to really think about how you're living.
Read the first story written by the pseudonymous author who scandalized the literary establishment.
The writer's second novel, The Lesser Bohemians, took nine years to write and comes out this month.
His girlfriend had said they needed to talk. It was just like you hear about: the quote-unquote talk.
This month you'll find stories about a group of reporters being murdered for covering the destruction of Cambodia's forests; a profile of Phoebe Robinson from of 2 Dope Queens; and an interview with NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake.
A carved box filled with the literary icon's ashes will go up for auction in Los Angeles next month.
We spoke to Garnette Cadogan, whose brilliant essay in The Fire This Time shows how walking is yet another arena where a black person must tread carefully.
The author is coming out with three new short stories set in the wizarding world this September.
We spoke to Jeff Feuerzeig, director of a new documentary about literature's greatest hoax.
It's hot out there. Kick back and relax with these cool beach reads.
Dave Hemingway—who has no relation to the author—beat out 139 fellow doppelgängers in the annual "Papa" Hemingway Look-Alike Contest this weekend.
The photographer spent seven years documenting the Palace Wayward Boys Choir skate team and just put all his photos into a book, 'The Palace.'
We spoke with one of America's greatest fiction writers to talk about her new book of very short stories, Ninety-Nine Stories of God.
The guy who penned The Art of the Deal says that Trump is a "sociopath" and regrets helping his rise in popularity.
And you'll be able to buy an English translation just in time for Christmas.
VICE's art editor Nick Gazin reviews a collection of old romance comics, a book by Lisa Hanawalt, and more.
Ben Ehrenreich's new book The Way to the Spring: Life and Death in Palestine explores the large and small frustrations of people living in Israel's shadow.
Real talk between writers Jenny Zhang, Tanwi Nandini Islam, and Karan Mahajan on race, writing, parents, sex, and the ongoing creation of the Asian American canon.
We caught up with author Garth Greenwell to talk about his debut novel, and the scary but necessary process of writing about queer sex in America today.
Ten years since the self-promoting literary group opened their manifesto with, "We're the Brutalists—fuck you," what happened to their brand of raw writing?
Jun 28, 2016
Cormac McCarthy is still alive and well, everybody.
The new e-book, Pounded by the Pound, imagines a steamy, post-Brexit hellscape starring a guy and his giant, living British Pound coin companion.
We caught up with the team behind the surprise hit, Satanic Panic: Pop-Cultural Paranoia in the 1980s, about our obsession with the devil.