"Lincoln in the Bardo" is a moving, eerie meditation on self-delusion and death. It's a stellar first novel from esteemed short story writer George Saunders. Here's our thoughts on it.
Warren Ellis' new novel "Normal" is a tensely written, fascinating, hilarious, and unnerving look at our insanity-inducing future.
Our reviewer reads "The Secret History of Twin Peaks" about America's favorite small town. Is the book as good as the coffee and pie? Read on and find out.
Zines are cool, like punk rock and sex with attractive people and drugs that get you high. Here are some reviews of zines and places you can get them.
The doc explores Dean Chetwynd's troubled, abusive childhood and the long journey that brought him to Cottonwood, Arizona, all while making some of the most intriguing, unsettling art in the state.
The international students I teach were scared. These horrific murders would scare anyone, but imagine confronting these realities as an outsider here, without a support system and with little understanding of why this keeps happening in the country you’ve chosen to call home for four years ... Why do we always choose the easiest path...
I’m not going to make the jokes about dogs getting the munchies for Milk Bones. That’s stupid.
I swear to god, every single day another futuristic sci-fi idea gets destroyed by facts. I hate it.
DARWIN’S THEORY OF EVOLUTION The fittest make love for children like their parents. Tough luck, dinosaurs.
That’s not a joke; there is a summer camp for the childrens to learn about the ways of the Confederacy, since the northern scumbags that won the war are teaching a version of history that demonizes the noble Southern Man. You can’t even give them the benefit of the doubt and pretend they are legitimately...