Honoré Daumier, Advice to Subscribers, 1840.
Michel Houellebecq defends his controversial new novel, Soumission.
How did the future look from the past? Jason Z. Resnikoff sees the sixties and seventies through 2001 and Alien.
In the early nineties, Paul Thomas Anderson found an inspirational teacher: David Foster Wallace.
Dan Piepenbring on the demise of R&B groups and the promise of D’Angelo’s new album, Black Messiah.
“Being interesting, at a very basic level, is sort of the point of telling a story in the first place.” Thomas Pierce talks to James Yeh.
Michael Thomson on The Evil Within, a horror video game that breaks all the rules.
Five new paintings by Mamma Andersson.
Ben Mauk visits Berlin‘s art book fair.
Plus, Sadie Stein on the history of okay; and a poem by the late Stanislaw Baranczak.
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