She called it "The Blasphemy of All Mankind."
With a bunch of other confused people taking the TMZ bus tour.
My cousin George sure does get himself into some weird situations.
This is one of James Purdy's last unpublished manuscripts. Written in 1978, the short play is every bit as uncompromising and brutal as his fiction.
Writer James Purdy's work is like a dark underground river that flows undetected through the American landscape and deserves to be waded in.
An interview with Kurt Braunohler, our advice columnist who turned crotch climatology into almost a real job.
This week: Brooklyn water balloon hater versus that Placebo kid.
Before you offer to pay your friend for flesh, you should know these things.
How much of a liar are you?
It's time to invite the real propagators of mass genocide in to sip on 40s of alcoholic baby's blood.
A dairy extravaganza that'll put your after-dinner cheeseboard to shame.
The films will be shown at Ramiken, a gallery on the Lower East Side, to accompany parts two and three of an installation by Bjarne Melgaard called IDEAL POLE.
Do I have your attention, bitches?
Harry was one of those kids who used to play by the dumpster at recess and ride the school bus by himself. Now that he's all grown up and a successful writer at VICE we thought we should give him the opportunity to redeem some of his cool on the soccer fi…
We won't have time for emotions in our beige future.
It's a sunny afternoon in Soho and I've had five glasses of champagne with a married celebrity at a bar. I'm spun like a kite from gobbling Dexedrine all week. Amphetamine Logic is about to step in.
Everything you ever wanted to know about gayness, but were too afraid to ass.
When you drop your pants in front of a bunch of naked guys at Spa Castle in Queens, you'll realize your penis isn't so small after all.
I mean what I say, and I say what I mean. That's the way you really rise to the top.
After eight years, 100s of sleepless nights, and no less than three premature amazon.com pre-order pages, DOs & DON'Ts 2 is finally an actual, for-real book you can actually buy. Like, for real.
Let's be honest, there is no seamless way to merge Halachic Judaism with modern life. But there are workarounds.
For almost 40 years now, the publishing group known as Fiction Collective has been a vital wild limb of new American literature.
This might be the cutest Cute Show yet. We would literally punt a baby out the window if it was standing between us and these cuddly little guys.
Without the web, we'd probably be in better shape. But then again, we'd have to pay for porn.