Writer: Jared Yates Sexton

ROUND TABLE: THE DEATH OF PRINCE

ROUND TABLE: THE DEATH OF PRINCE

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“There are writers and poets who called into question the tenants of life, but it’s popular artists, and popular acts like Prince that really did this in such a widespread waymore

The Gang That Couldn’t Shoot Straight

The Gang That Couldn’t Shoot Straight

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“An old political mentor of mine once told me, “You don’t win a popularity contest pointing out how ugly your friends aremore

The BULL Interview: Chuck Klosterman

The BULL Interview: Chuck Klosterman

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Supplementing the full-length interview in BULL #1, Chuck talks about the future of publishingmore

The BULL Interview: Benjamin Percy

The BULL Interview: Benjamin Percy

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“The workbench in my garage is always busy with new ballpeen hammers, chainsaws, oil cansmore

The BULL Interview: Donald Ray Pollock

The BULL Interview: Donald Ray Pollock

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Choice cuts from our cover feature in BULL #2more

The BULL Interview: Frank Bill

The BULL Interview: Frank Bill

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“It’s like people going fishing, you don’t even get the worms out of the ground anymore. You go to the store and buy them. When I was a kid you went and got worms from under a fucking rockmore

Just Listen

Just Listen

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“Please. For once. Just sit down. No, I’m not telling you to shut up. Just listen to me, okay? Sit down and listen because I’ve got something I need to saymore

A Reader’s Guide to the Implosion of the Romney Campaign

A Reader’s Guide to the Implosion of the Romney Campaign

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“We’re now entering what I like to call the “Rats On A Sinking Ship” Stage of the presidential campaign seasonmore

The Beginning of the End for Willard Mitt Romney

The Beginning of the End for Willard Mitt Romney

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“a rotten carp in newsprint is still a rotten carp in newsprintmore

The Dark Times

The Dark Times

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In an election year it’s normal for a certain fatigue or malaise to creep in around the month of June. As the temperatures climb and the days grow longer, normal everyday citizens just want to be left the hell alone. There are lawns to mow, vacations to takemore