By: William Nericcio
She helped pioneer second-wave feminism.
By: Mark Kingwell
We are condemned to be free.
By: Erik Davis
Hacking the belly of the beast that has swallowed us up.
By: Jerrold Freitag
He builds churches of disaster, museums of accidents.
The Cuban writer who was the toast of 1960s-70s Paris.
By: Joshua Glenn
His ennui and spleen were visceral reactions to emergent neoliberalism.
By: Lucy Sante
He discovered photography’s affinity with the social uncanny.
The clochard who chronicled freedom from the straight world.
By: David Smay
He wrote a fuck-you note to the 19th century. It was a scandalous hit.
He urged an endless, playful agonistics of intellectual engagement.
He analyzed the motives of every act, including the act of analysis.
Skepticism, cynicism, irony, and contempt vs. the BIP
By: Peggy Nelson
He insisted that he was a poet, no matter what the medium.
A founding member of the Bouzingos.
He was called “the musketeer of anarchy.”