Από την ηλικία των τριών ετών μέχρι τα 21 της, μια γυναίκα έπεφτε θύμα βιασμού και κακοποίησης από τον πατέρα της. Η νέα της αυτοβιογραφία εξερευνά με πρωτοφανείς λεπτομέρειες το τραύμα που υπέστη και τις επιπτώσεις του.
Συναντήσαμε τον Nick Cave, με αφορμή την κυκλοφορία του νέου του βιβλίου «The Sick Bag Song».
Το VICE μίλησε με τον νεαρό συγγραφέα για την κυκλοφορία του πρώτου του βιβλίο με τίτλο "Control Zed" - και όχι μόνο.
'American Psycho' is (at least for now) the pinnacle of Bret Easton Ellis's art: the dark-hearted swansong of an era that sums up its subject matter with a perfect balance of breadth and incisiveness. Gross satire delivered with a hyperrealistic...
Barbara Nitke's new book, 'American Ecstasy,' features writings and photographs from her travels within the porn industry. Barbara was kind enough to share the forward to the book, written by influential critical thinker, Arthur Danto.
The first time I saw Dorothea Lasky she was standing in the middle of a crowded living room in Brooklyn wearing a dress and shouting into a loudspeaker. Her words go kindly for the throat. Whether she's writing about blood or going to hell or friends...
Last weekend's New York Art Book Fair was awesome and weird and huge and exhausting and, by the looks of Instagram, everybody and their brother was there.
Nobuyoshi Araki is back with a new compendium of his favorite pictures of Japanese women in bondage scenarios. The slightly unsettling images will be released in book form by Taschen in October.
Sean Vegezzi is a young photographer from New York who enjoys hanging out in elevator shafts and getting cops to chase him through graveyards. His first photo-book, 'I Don’t Warna Grow Up,' is about not warnting to grow up.
"Slow Slidings" bills itself as a book that should be filed in stores under “Architecture / Bodies or Objects / Landscape,” but you could just as easily find it in “Haunted Death Sex / Sadist VHS Mystery / Wet Nightmares for Freaks.” Taking equal cues...
Photos by Tommy Agriodimas; Styling by Stacey Cunningham
When Peter Hooton started his fanzine in the 80s he wasn't doing it for those artsy types.