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A Review of Cult of Loretta That Is Also An Essay Addressing the ‘Art vs. The Artist’ Debate (and more!)
Another night we got so high I broke into our next-door neighbor’s house and stole their television so we could watch The Simpsons. I asked Loretta where I should put it. She said on top of the TV, which is how we discovered that we already had a TV.
Tara and I were impressed by the Goth subculture Goth Ryan and Tara’s boyfriend took part in not just because of the black strappy clothes, black fingernails, and heavy eye makeup (which we immediately began imitating), but also their directness and openness about feelings of sadness and rottenness.
Lisa Annelouise Rentz
I love it when I’m speeding and then again I love it when I crash.
Abdullah greeted me outside of the Jaipur, India train station, asking if I needed a ride. He was quick to show me his official license, knew where my hotel was located and did not make false claims about it having burned down recently, a popular scheme according to my Lonely Planet guidebook.
I learned about @DidMetsLose2Day because someone I followed retweeted a post.
Coincidentally, I read the third book of My Struggle in the two weeks... more
Current Print Issue
Hobart 15: HOTEL CULTURE
cover by David Kramer
w/ 27 hotel-related stories, poems, essays, and a comic!
& featuring a bonus chapbook w/ stories by SF/LD authors Elizabeth Ellen, Mary Miller, & Dylan Nice, and comics by Chelsea Martin
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Tao Lin & Mira Gonzalez
"I think I’ve read the most Twitter while laying in bed or on my back, or just laying in places, like in parks or in airports."
— Tao Lin
"I feel comfortable tweeting things that I would never feel comfortable saying in a real life conversation, or even in other places on the internet."
— Mira Gonzalez