Underappreciated Masterpieces: Mary Robison's 'Why Did I Ever' (2001)
Writer Blake Butler's ongoing excavation into lesser-known literary masterpieces continues with this glorious novel-in-parts.
Food Is a Private Hell; Love Is a Private Hell
Sarah Gerard's debut novel weaves a familiar range of personal terror in a vibrant, addictive display of prose.
Six Uniquely Terrifying Books for Halloween
If you want horror that's more complex than masks and haunted pumpkins...
Yannick Murphy Puts You in the Mind of a Serial Killer
'This Is the Water' is Yannick Murphy's most innovative novel to date.
Geographic North Redefines Space
A record label releasing new music that doesn't suck.
Love in the Time of Xanax and Nokia
Timothy Willis Sanders walks the line between the commonplace and the fantastic.
The Bizarre and Terrifying Propaganda Art of the Children of God
Jesus likes it when you suck on his rod.
'Sprezzatura' Basically Means You’re Chill But You Give a Shit
Mike Young writes poetry about anything you could find in a bin.
Summer Reading List: Zombie Hordes, Snuff Films, Haunted Computers
Here are three short books that will make you feel strange in the sun.
Owning Porno Used to Mean Something, Damnit
The internet really changed the way people masturbate.
Please Start Banning Books Again
There has never been a better time to start censoring art in America.
Tupac, Neck Braces and Suicide: An Interview with Harmony Korine
A chat with Harmony Korine about his book, 'A Crackup at the Race Riots'