For over four years, Full Stop has been producing unique literary criticism that focuses on the overlooked, the strange, and the as-yet unrealized. This month, we take another step into the weird unknown with the launch of the Full Stop Quarterly, a digital publication featuring original essays, interviews, and art.
Issue #1 features:
- An interview with Paul Beatty
- Anne Boyer meditating on the immeasurability of time during illness
- Andrew Mitchell Davenport viewing his family history through the lens of film, literature and travel
- Sam Allingham considering Nell Zink, gender and the concept of “difficult books”
- Helen Stuhr-Rommereim reporting from the front lines on how social media is turning existence into art
- Dustin Illingworth drifting through cities with Guy Debord
- Larissa Pham explaining how product curation is destroying the illusion of free will
- Original art by Niv Bavarsky, Hannah Klein, Goda Trakumaite, and Madeline Gobbo
- And much more! (But not too much more.)
Individual issues of the quarterly cost $5 and are available in PDF and ePub formats. Subscribers will receive four issues for $15. Full Stop is run by a volunteer editorial collective, and money will go toward helping us pay more writers and artists.
For more information, contact us at [email protected].