It’s extremely rare for me to become interested enough in you to want to spend more than a few hours with you, let alone allow you to regularly put your penis in my body.
Josh Raab is the guest. He is the founder of theNewerYork Press, an experimental literary publisher based in Los Angeles. Its latest title, The Inevitable June, by Bob Schofield, is now available for pre-order.
The opportunities of the internet are overwhelmingly infinite to the point where we often commit ourselves to nothing at all.
What’s it like to be the mother of a young writer whose successful autobiographical work describes things like her enjoyment of being punched in the face during sex, starving herself, and smoking crack?
On Tuesday, April 15th, in Los Angeles, California, I liveblogged a 2:45 p.m. showing of Noah, the Darren Aronofsky film based on the biblical story of Noah’s Ark.
I can bench press 145 lbs. approximately 25 times.
Today’s show features conversations with multiple authors, all of whom have contributed to a new anthology entitled Labor Day: True Birth Stories by Today’s Best Women Writers. Guests include the anthology’s editors, Eleanor Henderson and Anna Solomon, as well as Amy Brill, Arielle Greenberg, Cristina Henriquez, Heidi Julavits, Jane Roper, Rachel Jamison Webster, Sarah Jefferis, and Sarah Strickley.
I don’t want a relationship but I don’t want the person I’m not having a relationship with to not want a relationship either
It seems like I don’t know how to write a proper article so I just keep doing this.
So you think you have a nice penis? Would you like to immortalize it on the internet forever?
Please enjoy this lighthearted essay about the sometimes excruciating nature of human suffering.
We put up pieces on Wednesdays. Tuesday night I wrote three articles I hated. I had worked at the bike shop the four days before and had to be there this morning, too. (I’m at work now writing this.) I haven’t read what’s below. I wrote it in a panic. I felt ‘done with writing’ and didn’t want to do it anymore. I wanted to go to sleep. Before doing that, I typed this.
I got an Ask.fm account a few months ago when I first moved back home to Los Angeles. I was bored and depressed, which led me to seek more external validation from strangers on the internet than I normally would (and I normally seek out a lot of external validation from strangers on the internet).
Rene Denfeld is the guest. She is an accomplished journalist who has written for The New York Times Magazine, The Oregonian, and other publications. She is also a licensed investigator who specializes in death penalty work. Her debut novel, The Enchanted, is now available from Harper.