writers

crime

Five Crime Writers Who Turned Out to Be Actual Murderers

The grisly cases in which life imitated art—or the other way around.
Eve Peyser
9.13.18
Books

Chuck Palahniuk Hung Out with 'Separatists of Every Stripe' for New Novel

"So many generations have been raised on bird flu, swine flu, Y2K, Ebola, housing collapse, ozone holes, and peak oil panics that we wouldn't know how to live if we weren't constantly expecting our annihilation."
Peter Rugh
5.2.18
What If

Hold On, Does This Mean the Teletubbies Fuck?

A question for the ages.
Joel Golby
7.28.17
emerging writers festival

A VICE Guide to Melbourne’s Emerging Writers' Festival

Plus, win tickets to our favourite event on the bill.
VICE Staff
6.2.17
writers

The Definitive Differences Between Real Writers and Fucking Fakes

Do: be depressed as fuck. Don't: accept edits.
Issy Beech
Isabelle Hellyer
5.23.17
Books

All Your Favorite Writers and Artists Were Constantly Fucking

A new book charts out the often messy love lives of famous artists, writers, and creative types.
Lauren Oyler
1.12.17
Stuff

We Asked Australian Sci-Fi Authors to Predict Our Shitty, Shitty Future

People who write doomsday scenarios for a living tell us what the actual doomsday will look like—Great!
Vincent Dwyer
10.17.16
Art

Artists Respond to Oscar Wilde's Woes Inside an Abandoned Prison

More than 30 artists, including Nan Goldin and Steve McQueen, teamed up with Artangel to bring Wilde’s work back to the jail where he composed one of his most haunting works.
Sami Emory
9.24.16
Culture

Why Are Writers So Prone to Jealousy?

We asked some emerging Australian writers to tell us about their battles with insecurity.
Katherine Gillespie
6.8.16
News

We Are Redesigning Our Magazine in 2016

Stay tuned for the big changes coming to VICE magazine next year.
Ellis Jones
12.16.15
the vice reader

Barry Gifford Is America’s Offbeat Dostoevsky

We caught up with the novelist, poet, and frequent David Lynch collaborator to talk about his new book 'Writers' and what it’s been like working with the iconic director.
J. W. McCormack
12.4.15
Stuff

How Wahida Clark Became the Queen of 'Street Lit' From Inside a Prison Cell

We talked to the originator of the street lit fiction genre to discuss how she pioneered a nuanced take on the romance novel from within a federal prison.
Seth Ferranti
11.1.15
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