Joseph Edwin Haeger interviews Gabino Iglesias about his novel Coyote Songs, gaining insights into this brilliant book, his approach, and establishing a genre all his own.
It’s official. Your mom’s friend Karen is more credible than government-funded medical professionals.
Jason Arment reviews the two movies Mandy and The House That Jack Built and distinguishes them as parody versus satire.
Tom Lutz has quietly been structuring one of the four corners of the Southern California literary scene. Patrick A. Howell spoke with Dr. Lutz about receiving the American Book Award in 2008 and his take on current events.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews The Lonesome Bodybuilder by Yukiko Motoya; translated by Asa Yoneda. (Soft Skull Press)
The Queen of Sheba crosses time, religion, and form. Not bad for someone who might not have existed.
It’s official, it only takes two hours of Googling before you become an expert in whatever it is you’re arguing.
Those who attempt to mash philosophical meaning into adult cartoons are usually off the mark. However, BoJack Horseman deserves the overthink, as it is a great nuanced discussion about mental health.
The big day is finally here. But while you’re fighting with your relatives over the same old issues, Christmas in far-flung places is far crazier than yours.