Karl Watson's 'My First Skateboard' is the best way to introduce your whippersnapper to the magical world of shred sleds.
Lately I've been finding it hard to trust what I read unless it makes an attempt at caving in the borders between the page and the world beyond.
250,000 books were sculpted into a maze by artists Marcos Saboya and Gualter Pupo.
VICE sits down for a chat with the Norwegian author of the six-volume, novelized memoir My Struggle.
Talking to Small Media about their interactive visualization of Iran's literary censorship from the 1979 revolution through to today.
We spoke with war poet Frederick Foote, a neurologist who's making poetry a required course of treatment in military hospitals.
Sarah Gerard's debut novel weaves a familiar range of personal terror in a vibrant, addictive display of prose.
Atticus Lish's first novel is, in the opinions of many of the world's literary tastemakers, really fucking good.
Timothy Willis Sanders walks the line between the commonplace and the fantastic.
Mike Young writes poetry about anything you could find in a bin.
VR book gaming is the new Cliffsnotes.
I was sold on High Rise (1975) after the first ten words: “Later, as he sat on his balcony eating the dog…”