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.
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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