Volume 15 Issue 12

  • A Conversation With The Porn Rangers

    I put my headphones on and began to watch a hirsute man, probably early 40s, receive oral sex from a thin-lipped woman of commensurate age. The byline in block letters read, “BJ From the Wife.”

  • Sad Stories Of The Death Of Kings

    It’s no wonder that David Lynch made two of his best films when he adapted Barry Gifford's Wild at Heart and then asked him to cowrite the script for Lost Highway.

  • The Field

    A master of the short story, Beattie first gained recognition with Chilly Scenes of Winter and Distortions. She scathingly shredded on yuppies way before the rest of America blamed them for everything.

  • Goodbye

    Simon Crump was born in Leicestershire. After crawling out of the middle of the Midlands he found himself being an internationally exhibited artist and lecturing in fine art and photography.

  • Max Brooks

    Anybody who cares about the state of the world and what happens to people when disease and wars happen should read World War Z by Max Brooks. It’s a fictional oral history of “the zombie war.”

  • Candy-coated

    CM3 (as he likes to be called, which is kind of dumb) is one of the top “weirdos” in the “bizarro” fiction “world.”

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  • Stille Nacht

    Blake is one of the most observant, meticulous authors we know, and he specializes in writing biographies of other writers—a very tricky thing to do well.

  • First They Came For The Ceos

    Lisa Carver is the creator of Rollerderby, which, according to a poll we just conducted of the Vice editorial staff, remains to this day the single greatest zine ever made.

  • Ivor Cutler

    In a perfect world everyone’s grandfather would be a kindly yet razor-sharp old goof just like Ivor Cutler (and we’d also be able to fly).

  • Harold Bloom

    Harold Bloom is the preeminent literary critic in the world, and as such he is perhaps the last of a dying breed.

  • First They Came For The Ceos

    Lisa Carver is the creator of Rollerderby, which, according to a poll we just conducted of the Vice editorial staff, remains to this day the single greatest zine ever made.

  • Candy-coated

    CM3 (as he likes to be called, which is kind of dumb) is one of the top “weirdos” in the “bizarro” fiction “world.”