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Leslie Jamison's The Empathy Exams

Leslie Jamison’s final essay in The Empathy Exams is its strongest piece. “I’m tired of female pain, and also tired of people who are tired of it,” she writes. 119 more words



Read Three by Ann Quin, Nevers by Megan Martin, Ray of the Star by Clarice Lispector, Frisk by Dennis Cooper, and Green Girl by Kate Zambreno. 316 more words


A kind of literary cinema where the roles of audience and reader are collapsed by a hybrid prosaic-filmic lens: a sentence

A fiction whose mission is to stage the journey of a woman fighting her way out of male-directed gazes and discourses cannot even feel like a “novel” and the established definitions that the term evokes.

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"An Existential Novel About Retail": Karolina Waclawiak and Kate Zambreno Discuss 'Green Girl'

When it was originally published in 2011 by the indie Emergency Press, Kate Zambreno‘s Green Girl generated the sort of buzz among critics that made it clear a fresh and important new voice in literature had arrived. 4,096 more words


The Best Things We Read on the Internet This Week: Tao Lin on Knausgaard, Modern Farmer on Twitter

Listicles, tweets, your ex’s Facebook status, picture of dogs wearing costumes — the internet offers no shortage of entertaining stuff to look at. But there’s plenty of substantial writing out there, too, the pieces you spend a few minutes reading and a long time thinking about after you’ve closed the tab. 288 more words

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