Issue 16: They Were Us

We're pleased to announce the publication of our sixteenth issue, They Were Us, which will be unfurled in installments over the next few weeks. It includes a wide range of writing and artist projects, including Erica Baum's piano-player poetry, David Levine and Alix Rule's essay on the tyranny of the art-world press release, Joshua Cohen's novella "McDonald's," an excerpt of Ariana Reines' new translation of Tiqqun's account of how we all become Young-Girlified, and Per-Oskar Leu's reworking of the trials of Bertolt Brecht.