It’s (finally) here! “It’s Complicated: Identity Crisis” features 5 excellent essays on the intersection between feminism and other identities, and how that affects the way each writer interacts with a particular artist or work.
Issue #2 is 52 black and white pages, with a full-color cover designed by Marina Micheva. Included are the following essays:
Julia Furlan on Samba music
Susannah Young on Southern rap
Rohin Guha on gay male TV writers
Arianna Stern on Woody Allen
B. Michael Payne on “No Children” by the Mountain Goats
It’s now available for purchase on Etsy (although a special-edition bundle featuring a really great tote bag is still to come), or at Bluestockings in NY.
This thing looks so good. It is a shame we have been sitting on it this long. I’m glad it is out in the world.
this a lot
hell yes—Mindtroll makes my morning once again… nice work buddies <3
Bless this young man and his searingly emotional performance in the latex cat mask.
Joanna Newsom, “On A Good Day” from Letterman, 2010.
Ever wanted to read nine poems about Lana Del Rey songs? You’re in luck, because I wrote nine and they’re here at boringrain.com.
Many thanks to Nitsuh for helping me with this.