"I think that it's what pushed me to write. I've always had concerns about repression and injustice. I just write about it in a different way."
It draws heavily on the real lives of the two developers making the game. But it also features a literally monstrous roommate.
Reminiscent of old Hollywood screen sirens, Alison Blickle’s female subjects engage in peculiar magical rituals and dismantle the status quo.
Deirdre Sullivan-Beeman shows us why egg tempera is still a viable medium.
I asked him about his life in southern Louisiana and why he decided to paint Lana Del Rey and Bobby Womack singing together on the moon.