Novelists Dashiel Carrera and Michael Seidlinger on security and surveillance.
A perfect engine of meaningless data creation; an otherworldly space-place where people could depressurize and sometimes succumb to madness; good even when they were bad.
On the afterlife of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, what makes a show resonate for two decades, and why we re-watch television.
Discussing the amphetamine logic of How to Murder Your Life.
Enjoying a masterpiece of obviousness and dark satire of patriarchy.
Two queer journalists discuss bearing the burden of educating their co-workers and dealing with discrimination.
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