Fiction

entertainment

George R.R. Martin Is Hiding in a Cabin So He Can Finally Finish the Next 'GoT' Book

We might actually get to read 'The Winds of Winter' one of these days.
River Donaghey
11.20.18
VICE Guide to Life

The Books That Can Change and/or Ruin Your Life in College

A reading list and a cautionary tale.
VICE Staff
9.13.18
Fiction

What Is a 'White Girl'?

We spoke to Hilton Als ahead of the UK release of his book, 'White Girls'.
Nana Baah
4.10.18
Culture

What It's Like Adapting Haruki Murakami's Surreal Fiction

An experimental performance visualizes the Japanese novelist's magical world IRL.
Adam Beal
11.23.17
happy hour

Touring the Worst-Rated Nightspots in... Stoke!

Where the drinks are cheap and the tops come off.
Oobah Butler
11.2.17
Books

If Israeli Occupation Tactics Came to the Bronx

Joshua Cohen's 'Moving Kings' is a brilliant novel about Israeli soldiers turned tri-state eviction movers.
Gideon Lewis-Kraus
7.10.17
Books

The Syrian Exile Who Went from Depressed Cabbie to Celebrated Writer

Osama Alomar's 'The Teeth of the Comb' is a surreal story collection about human dignity in the face of hatred and absurdity.
Lincoln Michel
7.2.17
Fiction

What if Jeb Bush Were President?

The article no one asked for but everyone needs.
Eve Peyser
5.14.17
Books

F. Scott Fitzgerald Will Never Die

A collection of unpublished stories, ‘I’d Die for You,’ brings the famous Jazz Age author back to life, sadder and funnier than ever before.
Zaina Arafat
4.24.17
THE LOOKING GLASS ISSUE

'Retreat'

Short fiction from the April issue of VICE Magazine.
Tim Parks
4.3.17
Books

Read These Brilliant Short Stories by Texas Prison Inmates

Fiction from 'Pen-City Writers,' a literary journal made and written by the incarcerated that's giving prisoners healing, hope, and a voice.
Kevin Murphy, Jason Gallegos, and Jose Garcia
3.3.17
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
2.22.17
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