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.
You can get the May 2017 issue or subscribe (or purchase previous issues if you missed them) through our Gumroad shop.
The latest issue includes:
- Kyle Coma-Thompson considers the grotesque humor of Ralph Eugene Meatyard’s photography.
- Daniel Clausen examines the contradictions of nostalgic crafting.
- Debut author Jen George (The Babysitter at Rest) talks with Chelsea Hogue.
- S. D. Chrostowska provides a typology of the beggar in Western culture.
- Political theorist Stefano Harney talks with Michael Schapira and Jesse Montgomery about the university and the Undercommons.
- Andrea Penman-Lomeli critiques Mexico’s state-sponsored indie cinema.
- eteam travel to Croatia to investigate the visibility of camouflage.
- Tom Leclair fails and fails better to write his last words.
- Photos from Removal: A Short Guide to the United Kingdom’s Immigration Detention Estate by Rob Stothard and Silvia Mollicchi.
- And more!
Individual issues of the quarterly cost $5 and are available in PDF and ePub formats. Subscribers will receive four issues for $15. Full Stop is run by a volunteer editorial collective, and money will go toward helping us pay more writers and artists.
For more information, contact us at [email protected].