After answering a Craigslist ad looking for actors, I was hired to be OJ Simpson's sidekick on a hidden-camera prank show called Juiced. In between takes, OJ would make jokes about the double murder he had been accused of.
The NRA may be a bloated, possibly corrupt, excessively powerful lobbying force, but it's also the mouthpiece of a fandom more widespread than Bronies, Trekkies, and Furries combined and multiplied by a hundred.
The ABC Board, which operates a statewide monopoly on liquor sales, is funded by a liquor tax and performs its own enforcement. Recently, enforcement has taken the form of a massive crackdown on their only competition: moonshiners.
Single-parent reproduction is exactly what it sounds like—a very complicated scientific process that involves taking one person's stem cells, making one of them male and the other female, before splicing them together to make a child.
As the infamous case of Maureen Dowd freaking out in a hotel room indicates, Colorado's marijuana merchants have gotten really, really good at making products that will get you loaded—but are they too powerful for out-of-staters to handle?
European monarchies are stronger than republics in times of crisis, and the Royal Alliance Party is positive that putting a good-looking monarch back in power at Versailles would solve all of France's problems. But would a king really help anything?
On Toldi Tamás's first day as mayor of Devecser, Hungary, he woke up to a deluge of polluted red mud rapidly flowing through the streets, sweeping away buildings and severely burning the townspeople. The next year would be tough.
This summer's fiction issue is themed around movies—"Hollywood," Clancy Martin says. We shared an intuition that a lot of the most interesting writing being done today is being done for movies and TV.
This is the story of Jesse Snodgrass, a kid with Aspergers Syndrome who was entrapped by an undercover cop posing as a student at Jesse's high school. This is the story of how the war on drugs preys on the most vulnerable.
We went to Merida, on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula, to meet the world's youngest bullfighter, his parents, and his younger brother, who is also on his way to being the best at an old (and questionable) Mexican tradition.
David Mamet wrote the screenplays for American Buffalo, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Untouchables, The Postman Always Rings Twice, and Wag the Dog, among many others. We're honored to feature his writing in this year's Ficti…
DIY is at the core of vape culture. Devices run from high-end designs running you hundreds of dollars to a hacked-together Nintendo controller. They look nothing like analog smokes, and that's the point.
Sugar Cum is a sexual supplement that claims to make males' "funky tasting junk" taste sweet. Could the pill let guys eat at the Outback Steakhouse before they jizz all over their significant others' faces? I tried the pill to find out.
It's now illegal in Alaska to induce a minor to work as a sex worker, but in the 1990s, Alaska's foster-care system repeatedly took away my money, forcing me to work as a sex worker—and my situation wasn't uncommon.
Porn stars have started an online campaign to convince people to stop using tube sites, but Steven Hirsch, the porn tycoon who brought us the Kim Kardashian sex tape, thinks they should stop their fight and work with the tube sites instead.