tA prospectus for a new Museum of Waste, which hopes to inform guests and visitors of trash's intersections with capital, ecology and sovereignty.
The Post-Exotic novel wants to destroy reality. The second half of Antoine Volodine's essay on the form of the novel, its destruction and its reconstruction
The post-exotic novel offers lessons in attacking the strictures of official literature
There’s nothing there already
The magazine as a form is not dead, though some 57 innocent victims may be.
Twitter as mass-murderer
The Pulitzer-winning Stenographer Asks the Poet Laureate For a dance.
This is the story of how I came to be profoundly disillusioned with the modernist photographic tradition. Through careful study of their work, it came to my attention that Eugène Atget, André Kertész, Brassaï, Robert Doisneau, and Henri Cartier-Bresson, men whom I had once taken for heroes, were involved in the systematic corruption of the
Editor's note: The following is a piece from way back in the TNI archives, Malcolm Harris writing about Chuck Klosterman in 2001. When we saw the similarities between Klosterman's take-down of tUnE-yArDs and Harris's article – well, we're not accusing anyone of anything, we leave it to you to draw your own conclusions.