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Tells the Origin Stories of 10 Essential Female Critics
Across these portraits it’s possible to trace currents in American literary history as it unfolded between World War I and now.
How Does Susan Sontag’s Fiction Stack Up Against All Her Other Stuff?
I hesitate to call these stories essential, but they are full of optional delights.
Why Are So Many Female-Led Projects Called ‘Camp’?
It can turn the boldest works about the interior lives of complex women into a curiosity, a joke, a punch line.
Angelica Jade Bastién
Gary Indiana’s Great Material
“People like us are lucky because every shitty thing that happens to us is just more material,” Indiana has recalled Burroughs telling him.
Sunday Reads: Jonathan Franzen, D’Angelo, and
Long reads for your long weekend.
Fischerspooner’s Casey Spooner on Creating
and His Sweet Neon Hat
Spooner talks to us about a skeptical Susan Sontag examining his journals, how he’d welcome death, and that hat.