The New York museum's new exhibition is a group show, film festival, and literary guidebook—all in one.
The latest from the VICE fiction issue.
Dancer Shareeka Harrell trained as a boxer and dug deep into Miami's black history to prepare for her role as the legendary fighter and activist.
The 21-year-old art school student has a way of capturing the uncanny nature of everyday objects and moments.
Andrew James Weatherhead is my everything and he has a new book.
We Skyped with the legendary Chilean filmmaker to ask about his life and work, from his days as a young poet in Chile to his new Kickstarter, along with discussions of psychomagic, George Harrison's anus, and a Tarot reading with Yeezus.
In Caroline Hagood's latest book, a rich New Yorker gives up modern life to live in the subway tunnels.
The old-fashioned machines have been largely replaced by computers, but they still have their fans, including Tom Hanks and the NYPD.
English poet Ant Smith wants to rid the world of penis anxiety and make men more comfortable with their bodies.
Chloe Caldwell recalls her last days with slam poetry legend Maggie Estep, who passed away at age 50 one year ago today.
The Iranian director's latest experimental feature, filmed in secret and smuggled out of his home country, is one of the Berlinale's most highly anticipated premieres.
We spoke with war poet Frederick Foote, a neurologist who's making poetry a required course of treatment in military hospitals.
Daniel Yoo, a popular teacher at Ánimo Venice Charter High School, was suspended last month, and nearly 600 students walked out in protest of what they think is a poetry-related incident.
This week, VICE premiered "This Charming Man," a meta music video from James Franco's band, Daddy, which is based off of a poem cycle inspired by the Smiths. Here are a few words about the project from James, as well as a few original poems.
Jeremy Paxman finds it "fascinating" that the war poet is banned in Gitmo.
Billboards along the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway have been getting tagged with poetic graffiti for years now. We talked to an artist who offered clues about the bizarre urban spectacle.
The poems were unearthed by his first manager, Leila Steinberg.
The new trend of getting random words in Arabic inked on your body has led to some boring tattoos, but Bahraini artist Karima Sharabi is here to help.
I recently started thinking and writing about the infamous LA serial killer. Not because I sympathized with him, or wanted to humanize what he had done, but because there was something in his extreme behavior that was fascinating.
Roger Perry spent the late 60s and early 70s photographing their work. His long out-of-print photo collection, The Writing on the Wall, charted London's early graffiti scene. The book is finally being republished this week.
He's got a little willy, a tiny baby dick. But at least he's got the balls to admit to it.
Mike Young is a writer of great grace, which is weird because the things he tends to write about are oatmeal muffins, garbage vacuums, robotic butterflies, Ice Cube, and pretty much anything you could find out in the dumpster behind a 7-Eleven in Weed, Ca…
On any given night there are dozens of poetry events in New York City, and among these younger poets the air is thick with a heightened sociopolitical awareness. It would seem likely that we are brimming over with a new political poetry. Maybe, but not so…
Although the rights to free speech and freedom of assembly have improved significantly since Tunisia's revolution—an uprising that toppled former dictator Ben Ali in 2010—police have continued to target and beat outspoken artists at public demonstrations…