Ten poets offer recommendations on where to start and the poems that inspire them most.
The lossy poetics of Magenheimer’s video script-cum-publication embraces the split self of the information age.
A unique approach to environmental art.
On documentary poetics and the interconnectedness of crises.
Considering contemporary ceramics.
The writer on finding the form for his latest book and the appeal of the wandering psyche.
Using film and embroidery to tell new stories.
On the individuality of grief, demystifying the creative process, and the right time to tell a story.
The dance artist and choreographer discusses her praxis of fellowship and pleasure.
Merging image and object.
The writer on when the short story becomes a novel, writing about the gig economy, and claiming new meanings for words.
Since the ’70s, the filmmaker, video artist, and pioneer of “media dance” has recorded exceptional bodies in motion—dancers, drag queens, and punk musicians.
On writing a memoir about living in Provincetown during the AIDS crisis.
Documenting a cross-cultural politics and aesthetics.
The post-punk-turned-food-critic on New York City’s varied cuisine.
On writing a mixed-media novel, the precarity of middle-class artists, and the unique weather systems of each project.
Installations that explore their larger contexts.
On visual art as a tool to write about narrative, creating different kinds of time, and juggling complicated realities.
Photographs addressing gender, sexuality, and popular culture.
The writer on the fiction of autobiography, drugs as a gateway to gender euphoria, and trans writing that remakes the world.