Witnessing Miracles in Teju Cole’s Blind Spot

By Austin Adams “There is more in the world,” Teju Cole writes in his latest book Blind Spot, gesturing to …

“The Suspended Step” Reimagines the City of Lucca

By Grace Roberti Morphing mammals, dismembered body parts, and reimagined classical figures stand in unexpected locations throughout the historic center …

“Another One for the Fire”: George A. Romero on Race

Filmmaker George A. Romero died earlier this month at the age of 77, following a career spanning six decades. While …

Images of the Digital Age: “Something Unusual is Happening” at Printed Matter

By Megan N. Liberty Fully immersed in the digital age, we are in a constant state of multitasking; we carry web browsers …

Orphan Black Season Five, “Gag or Throttle”: If Your Eye Causes You to Stumble

By Everett Hamner This is the seventh in a series of episode-by-episode reflections on Orphan Black season 5 (preview; episode 1 …

Okja, the Groundbreaking Netflix-Produced Korean Movie About a Girl and Her Pig, Shows What Translates and What Doesn’t

By Colin Marshall On the day we caught Okja, the latest, Netflix-produced film by superstar Korean director Bong Joon-ho, my …

Orphan Black Season Five, “Manacled Slim Wrists”: What Man Has Done to Man

By Everett Hamner This is the sixth in a series of episode-by-episode reflections on Orphan Black season 5 (preview; episode 1 …