Paul Lisicky: Contour and CadenceApril 2016
The 2016 Guggenheim Fellow discusses his memoir The Narrow Door.
A Bridged CountryApril 2016
It wasn’t like we hadn’t grown accustomed to male wooers after Pa danced his way out of the picture, but something about Casero, that old bag, pissed me off.
Intricate LivesJanuary 2016
The author on depicting female friendship and fielding questions about unlikable characters.
When I met G I knew he’d figure in my life heavily, but I had no idea if our association would be sad or happy, ultimately—and I still don’t know which it will be, ultimately.
It’s an open secret that every officer, regardless of rank, is allowed to step in and ask for special consideration for one fuck-up.
Benjamin Percy: Man CampMarch 2015
Boundaries of Gender: Getting out of doors, getting connected, and never calling anyone “bro.”
The Body is Still WarmAnd excerpt from the novel by Edie Meidav
Our love was probably less sexual than total, Californian in its appreciation of the other’s physical being, an annexation of identity.