• Traveling Beyond the Canon: Original Artistry in Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s Film Adaptation of Drive My Car

    Elissa Suh looks at how director Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s exercises his own creativity in his adaptation of Haruki Murakami's "Drive My Car."

    “Inside the Snake is the Safest Place to Be”: Nation, Identity, and the Impossibility of Going Back in Sabina Murray’s The Human Zoo

    Shastri Akella considers the utility and limits of metonymy in Sabina Murray’s "The Human Zoo."

    Feeling Spaces and Spatial Feelings: On The Ophelias’ Crocus

    Dan DiPiero ponders the origin and category of The Ophelias’ latest album "Crocus."

    On Reading Fleur Jaeggy’s Sweet Days of Discipline

    Greg Gerke follows the literary lineage of Fleur Jaeggy's "Sweet Days of Discipline."

    “Not a Self-Portrait”: Lynne Sachs’ Film About a Father Who Unspools the Collateral Damage of a Problematic Father

    Harrison Blackman investigates what happens when Lynne Sachs loves a father who is hard to love in the recent documentary "Film About a Father Who."

    The Many Queens of Zenglish: Queenzenglish.mp3: poetry | philosophy | performativity by Kyoo Lee (ed.)

    Georgina Colby investigates the many forms, pathways, and evolutions of the English language in Kyoo Lee's edited anthology "Queenzenglish.mp3."

    Not an Insomniac’s Notebook: A Review of Michael Palmer’s Little Elegies for Sister Satan

    Neeli Cherkovski finds complex yet charming passages in Michael Palmer's latest poetry volumne, "Little Elegies for Sister Satan."

    Seemingly Irresolvable Traumas: Reading Rachel Rose’s The Octopus Has Three Hearts

    Karim Alrawi looks at trauma and redemption in Rachel Rose’s recent short story collection "The Octopus Has Three Hearts."

    What About Lila? English Grad School and Emotional Labor in Netflix’s The Chair

    Shannon Draucker explores the subtle but powerful portrayal of graduate student marginalization in Netflix's popular new series "The Chair."