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Two Poems by Jo Stewart
Joyelle McSweeney spread
Two Poems by Jo Stewart
Joyelle McSweeney spread
How Things Grow: Meg Lipke Interviewed by Catherine Haggarty
Slanting Grid Meg Lipke1

Painting as a body; canvas as a skin.

Tarik Kiswanson by Asiya Wadud
Still from Tarik Kiswanson's AS DEEP AS I COULD REMEMBER, AS FAR AS I COULD SEE

The artist and poet discusses his childhood as a first-generation Palestinian immigrant, the formation of selfhood in preadolescence, and the psychology of drifting.

Maybe It’s Enough to Write It Down: Lauren Hough Interviewed by Greg Mania
Leaving Isn't The Hardest Thing by Lauren Hough

A collection of essays about leaving a cult, joining the air force, being homeless, coming out, and finding your way to yourself through words.

Between Fragility and Strength: Barbara Earl Thomas Interviewed by Emily Zimmerman
Geography Of Innocence Barbara Earl Thomas1

Portraits intended to inspire.

Two Poems by Joyelle McSweeney
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Released from Suffering: Elle Nash Interviewed by Shy Watson
Elle Nash Nudes

Stories that explore pain, obsession, and desire.

Making Art Out of Dead Things by Lilly Dancyger
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Excerpted from the memoir, Negative Space

Entanglements Across Time and Space: Rachelle Dang Interviewed by Louis Bury
Seed Box Trees Of New York Rachelle Dang1

Installations that reframe colonial perspectives.

Studio Visit: Amy Bay by Amelia Rina
Amy Bay Studio Visit1

Luscious paintings of flowers and foliage.

After the Father by Wendy S. Walters
Wendy S. Walters spread
Did You Enjoy The Piece? by Gideon Jacobs
Illustration for Did You Enjoy The Piece

In this short story, an artist father and his son, an art critic, have a dramatic and telling confrontation at a gallery opening.

Finding the Right Wrong Tool: Cherrie Yu Interviewed by Vijay Masharani
Wrestling Study Cherrie Yu1

Dance and movement that transcribe prior choreographies.

Belonging, Desire, and the Cruelties of Youth: Ellie Eaton Interviewed by Kayla Maiuri
The Divines by Ellie Eaton

A novel about the hyper-ritualistic insularity of elite institutions, the friendships that forge there, and the implosions that await.

Provisional Visions: Courtney Stephens Interviewed by Mathilde Walker-Billaud
Terra Femme Top Image

The filmmaker on her latest work, Terra Femme, made up of amateur travelogues by women in the 1930s–50s.

Archive and Place: William Camargo Interviewed by Kim Beil
As Far As I Can Get William Camargo1

Photographing hidden and alternative histories.

A Room with a View: Lilly Dancyger, Melissa Febos & Forsyth Harmon
Dancyger Febos Harmon Rwav Homepage

Join us as we celebrate Lilly Dancyger’s memoir, Negative Space, Melissa Febos’ essay collection, Girlhood, and Forsyth Harmon’s novel, Justine.

From our Spring Issue: Melissa Febos by Sarah Neilson
Melissa Febos Duotone Author Photo

In her latest book, Girlhood, the essayist examines her own coming of age and finding the words to forge a new self.

A Somber Hope: Jordan Rothacker Interviewed by Pam Jones
Cyborg6

Dystopian futurism for our times.

Paintings Can Talk Back to You: Robert Nava Interviewed by Osman Can Yerebakan
Cloud Rider Angel Robert Nava1

A series of canvases featuring portraits of angels.

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