Rich White People Problems, or My Year of Rest and Relaxation

Rebecca Renner reviews Ottessa Moshfegh's new novel, "My Year of Rest and Relaxation."

The Caillou Conceit: Narrative Overexposure and Hyperreal Pacing in Netflix’s Love

Callie Hitchcock reviews Netflix's "Love" in light of the hyperreal storytelling style exhibited in "Caillou."

The Walkout: Mitski and Alienation

Geoff Nelson discusses Bertolt Brecht's theory of alienation and the music videos of Mitski.

The Horrifying Joy of Roque Larraquy’s Comemadre

Nathan Scott McNamara reviews Roque Larraquy’s "absurd and straight-faced and frighteningly self-assured" novel "Comemadre."

Diamonds in the Rough: Cordite Poetry Review, Kent MacCarter, and the Australian Poetry Industry

Robert Wood considers the role of the "Cordite Poetry Review" in the Australian poetry community.

Name One Genius That Ain’t Crazy: Kanye West Has Nothing to Say

Max Suechting reviews Kanye West's "ye" and West's collaboration with Kid Cudi, "Kids See Ghosts."

On the Misuse of Queer: The Queer Biennial Returns to Los Angeles

Matthew Lax considers the "What if Utopia"-themed Queer Biennial currently on display across Los Angeles for Pride month.