A horrifying, dystopian science fiction short that imagines the future of big pharma.
The Department of Suicide
In a white concrete cell, a doctor from the DoS sat across a plastic table and questioned Catherine Gabriel as to why she had chosen misery over standard-issue happiness.
A strange trek through a future whose fate depends on whether humans can coexist with intelligent, de-extincted mammoths.
Andrew Dana Hudson
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.
LeVar Burton Has a Message for Nonreaders Like Donald Trump
We talked to the famed 'Star Trek' actor about his past, present, and future.
VICE Guide to Life
The Books That Can Change and/or Ruin Your Life in College
A reading list and a cautionary tale.
A Most Elegant Solution
I always said I wanted to be one of the first to die on Mars.
M. Darusha Wehm
The Dystopia and Utopia Issue
An Excerpt from Ling Ma's Upcoming Novel, 'Severance'
What's worse than breaking up? Ending things during an apocalyptic super storm.
The fate of a dying Syrian inventor—and his potential world-changing creations—hangs in the balance in the war-torn nation.
Stranger Than Flicktion
Chastity Desaulniers, Truffle Human
There have been many pigs and hounds renowned for their ability to sniff out the most precious of fungi. But never has there been a truffle human, until Chastity Desaulniers, from Dime Box, Texas.
The Nutcracker: An Erotic Fairytale
In bed with the nutcracker, thoughts danced through Marie's head: "This is wrong. This can't be real. Will I get splinters?"
The 2017 Fiction Issue
An Excerpt from Ottessa Moshfegh's Upcoming Novel, 'My Year of Rest and Relaxation'
A woman decides to hibernate by taking as many psychiatric medications as she can convince her psychiatrist to prescribe her. But reality calls her out of hibernation when her best friend's mother dies, and she must go to the funeral.