Writers Rollie Pemberton (Bedroom Rapper) and Fariha Roisin (Who is Wellness For?) talk about coming of age artistically in predominantly white spaces, the power of vulnerability, and the intersection between capitalism and health.
Novelists Dashiel Carrera and Michael Seidlinger on security and surveillance.
A perfect engine of meaningless data creation; an otherworldly space-place where people could depressurize and sometimes succumb to madness; good even when they were bad.
On the afterlife of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, what makes a show resonate for two decades, and why we re-watch television.
Discussing the amphetamine logic of How to Murder Your Life.
"The time of brows feels like it is expanding."
Enjoying a masterpiece of obviousness and dark satire of patriarchy.
A blazer is for sex. Or politics. Or both.
Two queer journalists discuss bearing the burden of educating their co-workers and dealing with discrimination.