Posts Tagged: san diego

An Answer Should Lead to Another Question: Talking with Rae Armantrout


Rae Armantrout discusses Conflation, a vinyl recording from Fonograf Editions that “interrogates the difference between texture and tactile; thing unspoken versus thing unseen.” ...more

United We Stand


No one knows exactly what the next four years will bring. But we are always stronger when we protest together. ...more

Natural Born Drivers


He only knew that the Blazer, like the green card, was something he wanted my brother and me to have, so that we knew we deserved things, things like America. ...more

Figuring It Out En Route


Growing up does not mean we stop reading Marxist critiques or hating ourselves or feeling the grotesque contrasts writ large on every page of our petty lives.

At the Paris Review blog, Sadie Stein offers a hilarious peek into her thoughts during a flight to San Diego, addressed to the teenage boy she sat next to who was reading Sartre’s Critique of Dialectical Reason.


The Conversation: Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib and Paul Tran


The sitting down to write, convincing myself that my voice matters, even though there are so many telling me that it doesn’t. ...more

Swinging Modern Sounds #70: Alien Now!


Maybe, in terms of idiom, The Dabbers are like a thrash rock and roll version of the Cocteau Twins, or what the This Mortal Coil would sound like if the Dead Boys tried to cover one of their albums. ...more

The Rumpus Interview with Sandra and Ben Doller


Sandra and Ben Doller talk about The Yesterday Project, a blind collaboration, and about what it means to savor each day when you have stage III melanoma. ...more