The Ballad of Buster Scruggs is comprised of a series of six separate anecdotes, unrelated except for a common thread: the contest with our mortality and what it reveals about us. Continue reading A Wild West Reimagined for Postmodern Prospectors
“It falls to artists— poets, composers, filmmakers, etc.— to interpret the unimaginable through the use of the imagination, and at times this is a heavy load to carry.” Continue reading Son of Saul: Amid the Destruction of Life’s Sanctity . . .
“The Lipliners is not so much a static entity as an ever-morphing wagon wheel of musicians and artists that revolves around Ronley Teper, a surrealist songstress and performance artist born in South Africa and raised in Toronto.” Continue reading Three Videos by Ronley Teper
“It takes a special kind of genius to write so entertainingly while so skillfully ripping class, racial, and gender prejudice to shreds.” Continue reading Weekly Arts Consumption Diary
“I know you’d understand, Dante. You too have been to hell and back.” Continue reading Holly Golightly of Park Ex