Volume 18 Issue 1

  • Braid Theory

  • Are We Having Fun Yet?

    Argentina is home to two amusement parks and one zoo where having fun means completely ignoring the voice in your head that says, “This is not normal.” I know this because I recently visited all three and returned home physically and...

  • Spontaneous Effusions of the Electric Spider

    “American men prefer to be choked or beaten,” the dominatrix said. “European men like to be ridden like horses. Japanese men want to be treated as girls.”

  • Hole in the Wall

    I hate zany fonts. Those fonts that are CRAZY pictures of people puking or having sex while forming a letter are the worst, especially when people try to use them at 10 or 12 point; you can’t even make out what they are. They look like tattoos...

  • Minecraft

    Technically I guess I shouldn't be reviewing it because it's still in alpha, but I paid $10 for it and I've sunk like 50 hours into it and it eats my time more consistently than any other game I've played in, oh, half a year.

  • Literary

    The Zine Scene

Annoncering
  • Afghanistan’s New Capitalism

    The first thing you notice on the flight from Dubai into Kabul is that the business-class section of the plane looks like it is populated straight out of central casting: large, heavily muscled men in their 40s wearing North Face gear as if it were...

  • More Proof the World Is Going to Hell

    After we returned from the riots we took Henry to hospital to have his head glued up. We then went to his flat in King’s Cross and ended up watching the film Collapse on YouTube.

  • The Cute Show Page!

    Have you seen The Cute Show? It’s a show I do all about cute stuff. It’s cute! Now I’m doing this column to go with the show, and for the first one I’m featuring Jerry Hsu’s cat.

  • Oops-istan

    Everybody is going to hear a lot about Pakistan and Afghanistan in 2011. Reports on the flagging American war effort, murderous militants, and the region’s opiate-based corruption will leave you sucking your thumb in a stupor.

  • More Proof the World Is Going to Hell

    After we returned from the riots we took Henry to hospital to have his head glued up. We then went to his flat in King’s Cross and ended up watching the film Collapse on YouTube.

  • Afghanistan’s New Capitalism

    The first thing you notice on the flight from Dubai into Kabul is that the business-class section of the plane looks like it is populated straight out of central casting: large, heavily muscled men in their 40s wearing North Face gear as if it were...