July 17, 2017
The American artist has made a career out of brave, visceral, and squirm-inducing poetry that tests the limits of the human body in all of its saintliest and sickliest forms.
August 10, 2015
One of America’s finest living authors – and arguably best living short-story writer – doesn’t chop her own firewood, barely lies, and believes in reading between the lines.
May 18, 2014
The iconic French artist has always taken unorthodox paths to reach the center of what it means to be human. This month, as she prepares for a show devoted to the death—or the conceptual afterlife—of her mother, she talks to novelist Heidi Julavits about how she manages to give so much of herself to her work without losing a single thing.