“I think addiction is a part of life. We get addicted to things in ways that each have pros and cons.”
Geoffrey Cruickshank-Hagenbuckle is a poet in New York. The lady in his life is Seton Smith. His poetry has appeared in innumerable journals from Aufgabe and The Boston Review, through Fence and The Paris Times, to Verse. He is a reviewer at The Fanzine, has been published by Centre Pompidou, and conducts interviews for Purple. His film credits include Tremors (Universal), Finding Forrester (Dir. Gus Van Sant), and Our City Dreams (Dir. Chiara Clemente).
Welcome Back, William Gibson
In Agency, Gibson’s unequaled sequel to The Peripheral (2014), characters return from the future, virtually and with a vengeance.
Dark Poems for Smart Phones
Deathwish by Ben Fama is joy in minor splendor.
Dada’s Holy Grail
Marcel Duchamp’s zines leapt from their lair to entertain artists and educate the public.
She Makes the Dirty Work Look Like a Degas
“I was in a coven for two years in the ‘90s. Well, everybody was in a coven in the ‘90s.”
Beep Beep: An Interview with Brandon Brown
“The momentary eternal sounds like heaven to me.”
Class Plus Sass: Bunny Rogers’ ‘Columbine Cafeteria’
Is art just war conducted by other means?
We Prowl in the Night and Burn
We may stay awake in our sleep and write what we read in dreams.