w/ Max Rivlin-Nadler
The dynamic of competitive youth women’s athletics is extremely weird and fertile and interesting.
The State Retreats
by Max Rivlin-Nadler
The state did not always consider itself so incapable of helping push forward social change.
You Can Now Buy the Very Own Pants of the World’s Worst Artist
Would you pay $2,500 for a pair of pants worn by the world’s worst artist?
I’ve been thinking a lot about the difference between giving a shit and giving a fuck. Or not giving a fuck, I guess.
No GrAttitude: Peter Tunney Is the Devil
The work of Peter Tunney is incredibly offensive to any sane person’s sensibilities.
Call of the Void
A new magazine made by some friends of Full Stop takes you right to the heart of things.
The Echo of Graffiti
We’re entering a post-graffiti urban environment.
William Vollmann is concerned with the America where you get off the train and take a look around, or better yet, where you’re never too inclined to get off the rails.
The Great North American Free Trade Agreement Novel
The culprit is always the invader, even if the invader is a child.
Scenes From The Bulgarian Student Protest Movement
The mostly peaceful Bulgarian student movement has many of the same demands as the protesters in Kiev, but for the moment, it remains beautiful.