Issue 55 Love Fall 2014

Table of Contents

Columns
  • Legend / Treatise on the Veil
    Wayne Koestenbaum
    The toplessness of the low-key bruiser
  • Colors / Flesh
    Corina Copp
    So alone
  • Ingestion / The Chromatic Palate
    George Pendle
    Tasting with the eyes
  • Inventory / Two by Two
    Jeffrey Kastner
    Counting the animals in the zoo
Main
  • Between the Wall
    Jesse Coburn
    A territorial scrap in Cold War Berlin
  • For the Simple Reason Is
    Brian Dillon
    Vigilance as a fugue state
  • Artificial Skies
    Will Wiles
    Looking for daylight
  • Cactus Life
    Justin E. H. Smith
    Soviet “defectology” and the status of the deaf-blind patient
  • Writing at a Distance: An Interview with Richard Taws
    Joshua Bauchner and Richard Taws
    The optical telegraphy of Claude Chappe
  • Game Over
    Raiford Guins
    Unearthing Atari
Love
  • Love Quack
    Christopher Turner
    The venereal electrics of Dr. James Graham
  • Platter of Love
    D. Graham Burnett and Yael Geller
    Fruit of the womb
  • Wings of Desire
    Dominic Pettman
    Nikola Tesla’s fantastic secret
  • Stones in Love
    Brooke Holmes
    Mineral magnetism
  • Tearful Women
    Sheila Heti
    Sob story
  • Let Me Count the Ways
    Latif Nasser
    Quantifying affection
  • Fail, Feel, Fall: An Interview with Simon Critchley and Jamieson Webster
    Sina Najafi, Simon Critchley, and Jamieson Webster
    Lack and love
  • Old Love
    John V. Fleming
    Mores and amores
  • The Writing of the Heart
    Julian Lucas
    At the self’s inner core
  • Heart-Shaped World
    James Trainor
    Amorous cartographies
And
  • Postcard / When Looking for Love
    Doug Skinner
  • Bookmark / The Constraints of Love
  • Kiosk / Fall 2014
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