Volume 19 Issue 3

  • The Loneliest Cowboy in the World

    Faustino Barrientos has spent most of his 81 years in isolation. He works as a gaucho—the horse-riding shepherds of the harsh southern swath known as Patagonia.

  • Baby Camels

    We admit, we’re not huge fans of camels. At first glance, they look like disabled, lumpy horses (and horses are quite frightening to begin with, unless they’re miniature).

  • Tits & Phones

    Photos of tits and phones by Richard Kern.

  • The Genesis of ‘The Sugar Frosted Nutsack’

    Mark Leyner's latest novel sticks out like an infected, throbbing appendage compared to the seemingly endless crop of mopey, self-important novels these days.

  • A Bear and His Cub

    Photos by Nico Stinghe, Styling by Marie Claude-Guay

  • The Grand Finale

    The final chapter of Brett Gelman's novel about murder and baldness.

  • Paintballing with Hezbollah

    We figured they'd cheat; they were Hezbollah, after all. But none of us—a team of four Western journalists—thought we'd be dodging military-grade flash bangs when we initiated this.

  • Bob Odenkirk’s Page

    Let Trump SMLLC improve the Central Park Sheep Meadow!

  • Submerged in Sammy

    Judging by the look of utter confusion on most people’s faces when I make a Sammy Hagar joke, I’m fairly certain that most folks under the age of 30 don’t know shit about the “Red Rocker.”

  • In Broad Daylight

    Photos by Bruce Gilden, Styling by Annette Lamothe-Ramos

  • Fuck Winter

    Photos and styling by Petra Collins.

  • We Can’t Get High Like We Used To

    When I party in Mexico City, I notice that my friends feel guilty for doing lines because they can’t avoid thinking that it is contributing to Mexico’s drug war.