A conversation with anti-folk hero Jeffery Lewis.
Patrick Joust’s urban photography seems to capture a moment between night and day and a place between spaces humans have made.
Raynard Lalo (whose Hopi name is Tawma, meaning “singer”) has been creating traditional kachina carvings since the age of 15.
Two poems from Amy Thatcher.
My look back at an eventful, dysfunctional, random musical life.
The sixth trip up the stairs I see them. Sometimes you can go the whole day without seeing anyone, and I thought it was going to be like that. Little did I know.
A selection of songs chosen with a lack of knowledge of birds, but a wealth of knowledge of music.
Memories of a perfect summer solstice in Provence, and an unforgettable eggplant dish.
A meditation on hate-based violence.
Joyfully forming grand theories, talking about them with a friend, and building on them as the days go along.
Over the years, our ideas of what the novel is about have taken on a life of their own, so that now they seem more real in some ways than the original story, and they bear little relation to it.
Hello, fellow magpies! Thank you for taking the time to read our magazine. Here is the beautiful September issue of Tidings of Magpies. In some ways this is an apology, or at least an explanation. For this, our second issue, I contacted a lot of people I admire and asked if they would share their […]