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Volume 19 Issue 6
George Cockcroft is a psychiatrist who makes all of his life decisions with a roll of the dice.
I’ll Give You Some Threats
I texted some pretty mean shit from someone else’s phone to author Amelia Gray and she punched me in the face.
We at VICE Australia love books—and lots and lots of cake—so we decided to make a book cake of our own as a test run for next year’s contest.
The Room All to Itself
This is one of James Purdy’s last unpublished manuscripts. Written in 1978, the short play is every bit as uncompromising and brutal as his fiction.
Genius in Exile
Writer James Purdy's work is like a dark underground river that flows undetected through the American landscape and deserves to be waded in.
The man wished that he could order her, naked, spreadeagled on a biscuit. One of the not-burnt ones.
Make the Book Cook
I mean what I say, and I say what I mean. That’s the way you really rise to the top.
Fan Fiction Is for Fuckfaces
Here is a sampling of my favorite top-ranked fan fiction stories, which your aunt will soon be secretly masturbating to.
The Gaudifingers contagion is no longer contained. It results in rapid aging and painful terrifying death within minutes. Anyone you know could at any time be Gaudifingers.
The word “unicorn” appears nine times in the Old Testament. And unless you’re an 11-year-old girl, you are well aware that if it’s got unicorns in it, it’s a fairy tale.