Doppelgangers, Dostoyevsky and the importance of timelessness.
Fitterman’s relentless, book-length new poem is composed of public articulations of loneliness harvested from online message boards.
Claire of the Sea Light and the mysteries the ancestors share.
The first thing of Mary Gaitskill’s I ever read was a short statement she made at the back of The Best American Short Stories, 1993 about her story “The Girl on the Plane,” in which a man tells a woman in the airplane seat next to his that he once participated in a gang rape.
Haruki Murakami combines love, pain and the profoundly weird in his novel Sputnik Sweetheart.
Pipilotti Rist is a master at combining environments, imagery, sound, and video to create an alternate reality.
Murakami’s expert manipulation of the mundane into the magical has made him one of the most ubiquitous voices in contemporary fiction.
Damsels in Distress, out now, is Whit Stillman’s first film since 1998. He spoke to Betsy Sussler in 1991 about his debut, the now-classic Metropolitan.
Bleak balladeer Nick Cave discusses his foray into fiction writing with Lindzee Smith.
When I looked in the bathroom mirror this morning, a crowd of people looked back.