The Full Stop Reviews Supplement #3

Instead of treating the pdf as a site of loss, a dematerialization of the codex, this issue of the Full Stop Reviews Supplement posits the pdf as a material site of possibility.

As Black as Resistance

Grounding ourselves in the Black radical tradition offers the best path forward toward freedom and liberation.

Anatomy Lessons: The Ecstatic Agony of Philip Roth

Roth’s self-appointed task was to journey deep into his own psyche—to root around, observe, provoke, record.

Why Straight Culture Needs the Rich Gay

The Rich Gay is a complex matrix of stereotypes, associations, half-facts and soundbites; any attempt to discuss the economic realities of LGBT people gets sucked into his orbit.

Circles and Circles of Sorrow

Only now do I realize that I venerated Sula during a period in which I became numb.

In Search of St. Paul’s Scales

I’m sure it will surprise no one if I say that St. Paul’s scales are not the only literary detail in the Bible which is passed over with very little explanation.

Dope on Film

The proliferation of a kind of heroin porn may be normalizing the epidemic, but it is failing to humanize it.

20 4 420: Irie Edition

Last year on this date I claimed, “I think it’s safe to say that, at this moment, where we find ourselves now, we need good reggae more than ever.” Plus ça change….

The Rise of the Beautiful Eccentric

Using the effervescence of creative agency, style, and fabulousness allows marginalized people to empower themselves as a triple act of defiance, confidence, and self-love.

The World of Bruno Schulz

What characterizes the world made by the words of Bruno Schulz?