Thirteen Ways of Seeing Nature in L.A.
by Jenny Price
The relentlessly iconic city of Los Angeles is the ideal place to challenge the established American nature story.
“They Want Us to Look.”
by Andy Selsberg
Finding meaning in the meaningless sex of ’80s teen sex comedies.
by Jim Ruland
Team Believer repossesses Repo Man with a scavenger hunt through the netherlands of L.A.
by Michelle Tea
Passing as heterosexual and culturally “normal” at the Annual Taxidermy Convention in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
interviewed by Steve Almond
Beginning a career as professional surfer, fashion model, taxi driver, and filmmaker, White is now the most evocative lyricist on Earth.
interviewed by Benjamin Cohen
What do the stigmata of Francis of Assisi have to do with WMDs?
interviewed by Alexandra Rockingham
The Turkish writer on readers as religious minority.
interviewed by Meghan Daum
Making movies about coming of age that aren’t coming-of-age movies.
Stuff I’ve Been Reading
by Nick Hornby
by Fred Armisen
Charles D’Ambrosio’s The Dead Fish Museum
reviewed by John Glassie
Killoffer’s 676 Apparitions of Killoffer
reviewed by Chris Tamarri
Maile Meloy’s A Family Daughter
reviewed by Ross Simonini
Kim Ponders’s The Art of Uncontrolled Flight
reviewed by Lara Tupper
Shanxing Wang’s Mad Science in Imperial City
reviewed by Lytton Smith
Etgar Keret’s The Nimrod Flipout
reviewed by Kimberly Chisholm
Four-Color Comics: Incompetent Comics
by Michael Kupperman
Schema: Lighthearted Cookbook Blurbs
by Brian McMullen