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

Iain Reid Is Canada’s Next Big Author

The comparison to Stephen King may be a touch lazy, but that doesn’t mean it’s not fair.
Nick Patch
8.8.18
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
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Dan Harmon Admitted Treating a Female 'Community' Writer 'Like Garbage'

"I’m disgusted and sorry that I stained our show and your talent with my selfish, childish shit."
Drew Schwartz
1.4.18
What If

Hold On, Does This Mean the Teletubbies Fuck?

A question for the ages.
Joel Golby
7.30.17
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
The 2016 Fiction Issue

'Your Character'

Forty different ways writers torture their characters.
Deb Olin Unferth
12.22.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Trump Edited the Jokes in His Own Roast to Sound Richer

Trump was lying about his finances well before the election.
Lauren Messman
10.12.16
Vice Blog

Five Writers Who (Almost) Got Away with Lying

Laura Albert's creation of JT LeRoy wasn't the only identity-switcheroo pulled by a writer.
Layla Halabian
9.28.16
Stuff

Why New York Is So Terrifying and Alienating

In her new book, <i>The Lonely City: Adventures in the Art of Being Alone</i>, Olivia Laing explores the way various artists across several decades have interpreted New York's ability to alienate and exclude its inhabitants.
Patrick Lyons
2.27.16
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
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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