Vol. 4: Beauty

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Interviews
Daniella Marcantoni, MORTICIAN
Charlotte Shane, PROSTITUTE
Kelli Dunham, COMEDIAN
Sherry Mills, ARTIST
Sister Nancy Ruth, NUN

Working Beauty
by MALCOLM HARRIS

Belles Lettres
by AUTUMN WHITEFIELD-MADRANO

Model Behavior
by LAURIE PENNY

You Know You’re the Prettiest Girl
by ROB HORNING

Haute Coiffure
by ITORO UDOKO

Desiring Machines
by RAHEL AIMA

Unsolicited Advice for Living in the End Times
by MICHAEL SEIDENBERG

Praise for The New Inquiry, Beauty
by IF YOU CAN READ THIS YOU’RE LYING

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