Full Stop Quarterly

For over five years, Full Stop has been producing unique literary criticism that focuses on the overlooked, the strange, and the as-yet unrealized. The Full Stop Quarterly is our newest project, a beautifully designed digital publication that features original essays, interviews, and art. Some pieces featured in previous issues can be found here.

Goda Trakumaite & Anne Mailey

The latest issue of the quarterly is organized into two sections, Limits and Listening, and features:

  • Sam Rowe on the curious obsession with immortality amongst the tech-capitalist elite.
  • Jesse Schotter on the children’s classic that snuck existentialism into American homes.
  • M. Lynx Qualey on how the stories told about the Iraq War limit our perspective.
  • A critico-fictional review of Cristina Rivera Garza’s The Iliac Crest by Matthew Jakubowski.
  • A “dialogical experiment” with Aaron Finbloom and Sharon Mashihi.
  • An interview with Rita Bullwinkel by Max Rivlin-Nadler.
  • Plus: Hestia Peppe, Julia Calver, Josh Davidson, Anna Vitale, Adam Fales, and art from Goda Trakumaite and Anne Mailey.

You can read the introduction to this issue here.

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