Volume 19 Issue 6

    • 7.6.12

      Dicey Decisions

      George Cockcroft is a psychiatrist who makes all of his life decisions with a roll of the dice.

    • 7.5.12

      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.

    • 7.4.12

      Readers Digesting

      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.

    • 7.3.12

      Prototype 2

      This game offends me.

    • 7.2.12

      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      This is one of James Purdy’s last unpublished manuscripts.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.

    • 7.2.12

      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.

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    • 6.29.12

      Raw 10

      The man wished that he could order her, naked, spreadeagled on a biscuit. One of the not-burnt ones.

    • 6.28.12

      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.

    • 6.27.12

      Three Gangster Fables

      Three tales of criminal chaos.

    • 6.27.12

      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.

    • 6.26.12


      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.

    • 6.25.12

      Holy Unicorns!

      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.