Keep the fresh content coming by signing up for Interview newsletters.
Becoming an Interview registered user allows you to save content into Your Library and share with others.
You are nowregistered withInterviewMagazine.com
Click to Close
Forgot your User ID or Password?
Enter the email address you signed up with, and a message will be sent to reset your password.
Not registered yet? It´s quick and easy. Click REGISTER at the top of the page to get started.
YOUR LIBRARY IS EMPTY
Start your library by clicking the ADD TO MY LIBRARY button found throughout the following forms of content:
"There's a jazz element to it" says co-showrunner Glenn Kessler of Netflix's family drama Bloodline. "It's always important to us to keep this thing living and breathing."
Stephanie Danler's propulsive debut novel, Sweetbitter (Doubleday), reads like a stumble backstage at mid-'70s Rolling Stones concert.
"I got laid off." So began 29-year-old Yahya Abdul-Mateen II's foray into acting.
America's preeminent investigative journalist Seymour Hersh talks about the revelations in his great new book, The Killing of Osama Bin Laden (Verso).
Enchanted Islands, the third novel from writer and professor Allison Amend, is at once a coming of age tale, a historical thriller, and an examination of love, identity, and fulfillment.
Here's our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.
Born in Rome to a Canadian artist mother and Italian musician father, actor and musician Giacomo Gianniotti split his childhood between the two continents.
There is a prismatic quality to Adam Phillips's thought.
How do you follow the first season of True Detective? For actor Michelle Monaghan, the answer is in Hulu's new drama The Path.
RT @annasui: '94 throwback with Zoe Cassavetes, Roman Coppola, and Sofia Coppola in @InterviewMag, shot by Ellen Von Unwerth. 📣 https://t.c…