Stefan didn't pay his half of the rent on time. It was like a game we played, or that he played and I was forced to go along with on the defensive.
The longtime editor's first novel, Muse, is both a satire of the publishing industry and a examination of the tangled bonds of family.
When I was 19, I got a letter from Klaus Wouters. He worked as a handyman and music teacher at Silver Springs, a school for troubled kids in the San Gabriel Mountains. He knew (or guessed) I was still in Southern California.
New fiction by John Romano.
On soft Santa Monica nights you can hear the ocean waves crashing from every room inside.
New fiction by David Mamet.
A story from Merrill Markoe, who was the first head writer for The David Letterman Show.
New fiction from Benjamin Nugent.
Our 2014 fiction issue features new work by David Mamet, Michel Gondry, James Franco and many others we love.
It's where I first met Gus Van Sant, and where I have been living for the past nine months.
Unedited writing from up-and-coming young authors – from when they were much younger.
We sat in the recliners. I drank coffee. Sometimes I stuck my finger down my throat.