"It's a fantasy I feel that fiction writers have. We write stories about broken people because they're interesting. Broken people are more interesting than whole people. But also we feel like maybe if we can put them together and assemble them in some coherent way, we're restoring them.Read More
The fallout after the raid at Kim's represented a loss not only to local film lovers, who found themselves confronted with Kim’s abruptly and surprisingly sparse shelves—it was also a blow to a handful of local bootleggers like Matt Bergen, who had been supplying the store with otherwise unavailable titles for years.Read More
hides not in the minute but rather glories in the hour,
in the space of reformation.Read More
The future of contemporary art resides in waste, in the repulsive remainders of totalitarian capitalism stored in warehouses, abandoned housing blocks, and the sort of places that the robot in the film WALL-E had devoted his life to cleaning.Read More
Just outside this misnomer,
so many migrant workers dot the fields.