Full Stop Quarterly: No-Place

The next issue of the Full Stop Quarterly is coming May 1!

Introduction to the Diaries of Waguih Ghali

Traveler, expatriate, cosmopolite, or political exile that he was, Ghali often felt very lonely and abandoned, and his diaries describe his alienation and nostalgia.

20 4 420: Irie Edition

I think it’s safe to say that, at this moment, where we find ourselves now, we need good reggae more than ever.

His Master’s Voice is Calling Me

Gaddis saw something else happening. A denouement. A decay. He writes about the decline of art into “usefulness.” Art becomes a product. It becomes therapy. It becomes sociological catalogues of oppression.

Swallow the Fish

Anything could happen to you. Anything could happen. It couldn’t be pretense or something to do for kicks. It had to be real.

Manifesto for a Left-Wing Meme

Ironic socialist meme pages and left-wing melancholia.

Cool as in Cold-Press

We sold ten-dollar juice to people who say, “fuck the rules” while, simultaneously, making the rules.

Dispossessed Lives

“I went to Barbados searching for something I would never find.”

Complex Numbers

The women you still don’t know. Behind the story you still don’t know.

My Milo Is Bad

UC Berkeley and the possibilities and risks of our vexing political moment.