A coming-of-age story about girlhood in the suburbs during the 1990s.
On writing a novel about work, debt, health care, and incarceration that resists American lore.
The painter and the historian find common ground by unearthing narrative histories that have been overlooked and nearly forgotten.
A photographic practice examining the relationship between art and politics.
A poetry of disfigured visions and avatars.
An excerpt from their memoir about being one of nineteen children, raised by a Hindu Hare Kṛṣṇa mother and Muslim father, growing up queer and Black in Cleveland, Ohio.
The filmmaker on unpacking a forty-year friendship, turning the form on its head, and pizza as a madeleine to a lost city.
Imaging bodies in contested landscapes.
On challenging the accepted models of the writing workshop to make room for marginalized experiences.
Experimental fiction responding to photographs that reinterpret representations of form in conversation with classical sculpture.
The Swedish writer on their bloody, darkly comedic speculative fiction.
Combining the sculptural and the digital.
Cinematic portraits of the Indonesian lengger dancer and choreographer, Rianto.
Distorted but structured painting and music.
Paintings that write new figures into art history.
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