Mary MacLane's spectacular moods first fueled, then failed her
When we talk about rape as a culture, there’s a lot we don’t know how to say. Katie J. M. Baker, Victoria Campbell, Ragna Rök Jóns, Doreen St. Félix, Brenton Stokes, and Sarah Nicole Prickett discuss. Originally published April 29, 2015, in Adult. Re-presented here with a new introduction by Ana Cecilia Alvarez.
Lana’s look is not to make it look easy
Donna Tartt’s new novel proves that she thrives at a remove from literary scenes
"To be a truly intoxicating woman you must have a backbone, good morals, good intentions, and a good whip." The work and wisdom of artist Andrea Mary Marshall
No Carries, no Samanthas, no Charlottes, no Mirandas
First thought upon exiting the MoMa’s all-weekend, last-weekend showing of Christian Marclay’s The Clock, which we watched for nearly three hours, uninterrupted: What time is it?
A poem in links
If you go to enough rooftops in New York or pool parties in Los Angeles or fashion parties in Paris, you will see Lindsay...
The numbers that survive in my phone don't belong to those boys and men who were best at fucking me, but the ones who were, and are, best at telling me how—and why, and where, and also in which places—they would fuck me.