Jason Arment looks at what can happen when Hollywood tries to expand a short story into a full-length film, as is the case with “The Quiet Boy” and Antlers.
Ben Tanzer continues exploring the many facets of “failure.” In “The Sound of Metal and the Failure of a Narrative Wrapped in a Failure of Sound,” he looks at hearing loss.
In Sean Davis’s latest Dispatches From the Apocalypse, “The GOP’s Hypocrisy on Socialism,” he reviews current events, the GOP, and the malignment of socialism.
S.M. Park’s column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “Personal History,” Park applies for a job and has an interview, his first in thirty-five years.
Is it a ’90s comeback? Or is it just ’90s irony? Jesse Valencia lists 10 ’90s fashion throwbacks that Gen Z is getting completely wrong.
John Michael’s column Life Is a Sweet, Tender Bruise ponders life and people. In “My Definition of Success,” he talks about meditation through painting, and success.
S.M. Park’s column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “Pot of Gold,” Park talks about frugality, storytelling in public, and Greyhound buses.
Russell Thorburn had an occasion to ride around with Allen Ginsberg in 1974 while in the Upper Peninsula, he imagines what Ginsberg may have been thinking about.
The 2017 Charlottesville riot was truly the beginning of an America we’re now familiar with. A jury awards nine plaintiffs injured in that rally $25 million in damages.
Weeks preceding National Day of Mourning brought even more examples, to pile on top of myriad others, of the inequity on which this country was built.