Undercover with New York Nazis
An interview with an activist who spent three months infiltrating the alt-right.
A Chaste Piece of Ass
Performing womanhood onstage and off.
Performance artist Sacha Yanow speaks with filmmaker Sasha Wortzel about queer and Jewish inheritances in Yanow’s new performance “Cherie Dre,” conceived in the ruins of the Borscht Belt.
Sacha Yanow and Sasha Wortzel
In an erasure poem from Bram Stoker’s Dracula, a trans poet confronts the book’s disdain for femininity.
A mournful post-war poem by Aaron Zeitlin, translated by Miranda Cooper.
Structuring Voids: Jenny Yurshansky’s Malleable Monuments
Jenny Yurshansky’s work explores the search for clarity in the impossible face of trauma.
The Art of Irreverence: Martha Rosler’s War on Complacency
“What I’m saying is, history’s a bitch.”
An excerpt from the new novel by Nathan Englander.
The Kapo Kommandos
Bibi and Jared perform a baptism.
Sabrina Orah Mark’s Wild Milk reconfigures shattered fairy tales into surreal new fables.
Anna Burns’s Milkman bears witness to the private pain subsumed in political violence.
The Lives of Animals in Wartime
Penny Johnson’s book argues that thinking about the suffering of animals under occupation can actually reveal a great deal about humanity.
A feminist approach to communication across difference
“I Work In A Factory”
Learning English in Yiddish