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Infamous Erotic Novel 'Story of O' Inspired Natalie Frank's Arousing Art

The kinky French 'fairy tale,' as the artist calls it, was taboo for decades.
Julia Gray
6.11.18
Sex
Sex

A Look Inside America's First Romance and Erotica-Only Bookstore

Passion! Risk! Zombie Erotica! Two sisters learn just how far they're willing to go to empower women and bring lustful love stories to the masses.
Justin Caffier
3.7.17
THE FUTURE OF TECH ISSUE
THE FUTURE OF TECH ISSUE

Void Star: An Excerpt from Zachary Mason's New Novel

A young man awakens in the hospital to find that a hard drive has been installed under his forehead to save his life; he "remembers"—in perfect detail—the two weeks since his hardware was surgically implanted.
Zachary Mason
2.6.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now
The VICE Guide to Right Now

J. K. Rowling Was Just Kidding About Not Writing Anymore Harry Potter Books

The author is coming out with three new short stories set in the wizarding world this September.
VICE Staff
8.18.16
the vice reader
the vice reader

A New Novel Asks What Would Happen if a Black Man Woke Up White (Except for His Ass)

'Blackass,' the debut novel from A. Igoni Barrett, is a hilarious tale of race, sexuality, and Kafkaesque metamorphosis.
Kwele Serrell
3.2.16
Culture
Culture

Brian Evenson’s Writing Is as Brutal as It Is Beautiful

Evenson's universe of psycho-cerebral horror is so unsettling that it has the ability to make something about the room in which you read him seem off.
Blake Butler
2.5.16
Music
Music

Read an Excerpt from the Posthumous Novel of Murdered Iranian Punk Ali Eskandarian

In 2013, Ali Eskandarian was shot dead in New York with two members of the Iranian punk band Yellow Dogs. Here is an exclusive excerpt from his semi-autobiographical novel, 'Golden Years.'
Ali Eskandarian
1.14.16
Stuff
Stuff

Author Ottessa Moshfegh on Phoniness, Power, and Aligning Yourself with 'Rich White People'

We caught up with the author to talk about her new novel and how she sees her popularity as similar to how people like cronuts.
Rita Bullwinkel
11.23.15
Stuff
Stuff

John McManus Wrote the Best Short Story About a Thomas Jefferson Clone You’ll Read This Year

We spoke to the author of "Fox Tooth Heart" about his long break from publication and why shame is the most powerful and revealing emotion.
Michael Hafford
11.13.15
Stuff
Stuff

The Absurdity of America Is Captured in Joy Williams’s Stories

The dark, funny-sad stories in her new collection 'The Visiting Privilege' are both a warning and an offering to a country in distress.
Shane Jones
9.17.15
Film
Film

Dennis Cooper Wants to Give You a Complicated Erection with His Debut Horror Film

<i>Like Cattle Towards Glow</i> follows 13 young characters on terrifying sexual misadventures.
John Tuite
9.11.15
The Road to Nowhere Issue
The Road to Nowhere Issue

Two Vodkas and One Iced Coffee with Salman Rushdie

VICE caught up with the iconic author to discuss his 12th novel, <i>Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights</i>. As he chatted about everything from fatwa to Twitter feuds, Rushdie proved he is as controversial, and incredible, as ever.
Aidan Flax-Clark
9.9.15