• Film

    Kim Cattrall Owes You Nothing

    In the wake of the recent conflict over the third Sex and the City film and Kim Cattrall’s announcement that she’s moving on, it’s time for a fandom PSA: Leave Kim Alone. By Julia Eckley With the [...]
  • Features

    In Spirit with Third Eye Film Festival

    There’s always magic in the movies, but nothing truly transports you like Third Eye Film Festival. Founders Darian Brenner and Namu Desai celebrated their unique program’s inaugural series last year with a spectacular array of [...]
  • Film

    Brooklyn Got Extra Sexy Saturday Night

    By Shani R. Friedman Over the weekend, HUMP! Film Festival, a caravan of carnality, rolled into Brooklyn’s Roulette and its spacious theatre on Atlantic Avenue. The fest was created by sex-positive columnist and It Gets Better [...]
  • Poetry

    Where is my America?

    We’re proud to publish the work of revolutionary activist poet James Litkett, beginning with his stirring tribute in memory of Eric Garner’s 2014 death at the hands of New York City police. For Erica Garner [...]
  • Film
    In the wake of the recent conflict over the third Sex and the City film and Kim Cattrall’s announcement that she’s moving on, it’s time for a fandom PSA: Leave Kim Alone. By Julia Eckley With the [...]
  • Features
    There’s always magic in the movies, but nothing truly transports you like Third Eye Film Festival. Founders Darian Brenner and Namu Desai celebrated their unique program’s inaugural series last year with a spectacular array of [...]
Lucy Vives
  • Ask an Exotically White Guy
    By Samuel Clemens Long IN NYC I’M ALMOST “SPECIAL EXHIBIT AT THE MET” WHITE. I was raised in a small Midwestern town; lotta corn and grey skies, not so much diversity. How has living in [...]

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Issue 4 Now on Sale: Home

Issue 4 Now on Sale! Home
  • Film
    By Shani R. Friedman Over the weekend, HUMP! Film Festival, a caravan of carnality, rolled into Brooklyn’s Roulette and its spacious theatre on Atlantic Avenue. The fest was created by sex-positive columnist and It Gets Better [...]
  • Indie Presses
    FOR DAVID MARGOLICK In 1947, John Horne Burns (an Andover-born, Harvard-educated, Irish-Catholic ex-G.I.) published The Gallery, a uniquely structured wartime “novel” that’s actually a book of linked short stories and autobiographical ruminations. Unfortunately, after his [...]