The September Stories Issue
Ernest Hemingway's Likeness Is Being Used to Sell Tourism in Havana
America's literary hero is big business in a country most Americans can't visit.
The Profiles Issue
Why Cinema of Transgression Director Nick Zedd Stayed Underground
It was a freezing Saturday night in 2004, and Nick Zedd was pushing a shopping cart full of film reels to a cheesy Bulgarian-themed nightclub on the Lower East Side where he projected movies once a week.
The Boys Of Summer (Ataris Version) Issue
The Tragic Tale of the Monkey-Lion
In a megalopolis teeming with bums, freeloaders, crazies, mooches, and free spirits, the man known as Changoleón may be Mexico City’s most notable vagabond. The strange thing is that many of his fans think he’s dead.
The Talking Issue
A Chaos Magician
In the mid-70s two guys named Peter J. Carroll and Ray Sherwin claimed the ability to alter the subatomic interactions of the quantum universe through gnosis and divination.