Now Is the Time for "Glitch Feminism"
Legacy Russell's manifesto is an invitation to discover the power of the glitch.
Welcome to The Slow Grind
Curator Georgina Johnson's first book explores the interconnectivity of race, mental health, creativity, and environmentalism to seek out balance in an accelerated world.
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Stephanie LaCava Leaks Mathilde's Screenshots
The author of the forthcoming novel "The Superrationals" spills the screenshots of her novel's main character. It's all very meta.
How to Make an Art Book When All Else Fails
Musician Tim Presley of White Fence and DRINKS discusses his art book, Under the Banner of Concern, with GARAGE.
Susan Orlean Prefers Her Bread to Be Naked
The venerable author of "The Orchid Thief" answers the GARAGE Questionnaire.
On Mothers and Mother Nature in "The New Wilderness"
Diane Cook's new novel is the book you need to read right now.
An excerpt from Adrian Tomine's new book, "The Loneliness of the Long Distance Cartoonist."
“I Want to Not Be Someone Who Says No All the Time to Every Impulse”
On desire in Lynn Steger Strong's latest novel, "Want."
Ottessa Moshfegh Wishes She Was Elvis's Songwriter
Waiting on the release of her third novel, "Death in Her Hands," the author answers the GARAGE Questionnaire.
Walter Scott On the Life and Lives of "Wendy"
Tavi Gevinson talks to the artist and writer about his latest book, "Wendy, Master of Art."
What Lives Inside Bernadette Mayer's Project, "Memory"
The poet's durational experiment wherein she wrote about, and shot a full roll of film every day for, one month in 1971 is being published in book form for the first time by Siglio Press.
The Anxiety of Intimacy
Examining the television adaptation of Sally Rooney's steely-eyed novel, "Normal People."