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    Kat Overland

    Small press editor Kat Overland is a displaced Texan now living in Washington, DC, where she is perpetually behind on reading her pull list. She's a millennial, Latina, exhausted, and can often be spotted casually cosplaying America Chavez and complaining.

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  • Beastly BFFs: Okja’s Uneven Parable of Friendship

    Beastly BFFs: Okja’s Uneven Parable of Friendship0

    Okja Director/Screenwriter: Bong Joon-Ho Cast: Ahn Seo-hyun, Tilda Swinton, Paul Dano, Jake Gyllenhaal, Steven Yuen, Lily Collins Netflix June 28, 2017 Bong Joon-Ho brings his bold style to Okja, creating a fun romp that’s a mashup of a children’s fable and an anti-corporate farming manifesto, mixed in with a slight edge of surrealism.

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  • Kickstarter: Interview with Artist Katie Wadley (dorkbait)

    Kickstarter: Interview with Artist Katie Wadley (dorkbait)0

    You might know artist Katie Wadley from her three successful Kickstarter campaigns, two of which were compilations of her Bucky Barnes centric Inktober series. Or you’ve seen her work in Raw, the Hannibal fanwork anthology, and more recently the Steve Rogers/Bucky Barnes fanwork anthology, Not Without You. She has a new Kickstarter for a Marvel

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  • Finding Answers in Sophie Yanow’s What is a Glacier?

    Finding Answers in Sophie Yanow’s What is a Glacier?0

    What is a Glacier? Sophie Yanow Retrofit June 2017 In What is a Glacier? Sophie Yanow masterfully weaves together a trip to Iceland, a bad breakup, immigration woes, climate change, and anxiety about death into a 32 page meditation. “How do I get better at endings,” she asks herself midway through the book, and it’s

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  • An Insubstantial Visit: It Comes at Night

    An Insubstantial Visit: It Comes at Night0

    It Comes at Night Director + Screeplay: Trey Edward Shults Starring: Joel Edgerton, Christopher Abbott, Carmen Ejogo, Riley Keough, Kelvin Harrison Jr. A24 June 9, 2017 Minor spoilers It Comes at Night is Trey Edward Shults’ second feature-length film, and like 2015’s Krisha, it is a study of familial tension and rising anxiety. Unfortunately, the

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