Through essays that fail and then fail better, digressive travelogue, long-form interviews, and photographs that document and tip over into fantasy, this issue of the asks,
In this issue:
Kyle Coma-Thompson considers the grotesque humor of Ralph Eugene Meatyard’s photography.
Daniel Clausen examines the contradictions of nostalgic crafting.
- Debut author Jen George () talks with Chelsea Hogue.
S. D. Chrostowska provides a typology of the beggar in Western culture.
- Political theorist Stefano Harney talks with Michael Schapira and Jesse Montgomery.
Andrea Penman-Lomeli critiques Mexico’s state-sponsored indie cinema.
eteam travel to Croatia to investigate the visibility of camouflage.
Tom Leclair fails and fails better to write his last words.
- Photos from by Rob Stothard and Silvia Mollicchi.
- And more!
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