- Clare Smith Interview
by Clare Smith and Gary Shipley
"The readymade grid is an intermediary in the sense that it slows or interrupts gesture. Serra too tries to reduce gesture in a way with the mesh screens. For me, gesture will always out, somehow. Even if one tries to make anonymous marks, or use anonymous structures, something of the self and its vulnerability will always be in the work."
- Tom Bradley Interview
by John Wisniewski and Tom Bradley
"Three Screenplays is a collection of featurelength movie scripts that employ spoken dialogue and presenttense actionbut no voiceovers, narration, flashforwards or backs, and no stupid fucking special effects. The lines are to be delivered, as opposed to grunted or yammered or improvised."
- Caitlin McCarthy Interview
by Caitlin McCarthy and Quimby Melton
Screenwriter, Wonder Drug and Resistance
- Steve Aylett Interview
by Gary Shipley and Steve Aylett
SciFi Satirist & Slipstream/Bizarro Writer
- Hiroo Yamagata Interview
by Hiroo Yamagata and Quimby Melton
(Lesescenario) Translator, Negrophobia and The Last Words of Dutch Schultz.
- Michael Jacobson Interview
by Michael Jacobson and Quimby Melton
"I start my novels at the semantic beach, where meaningful and meaningless language converge. I'm particularly interested in exploring the moment when a simple line on a page begins to have meaning, when the content of a gesture is sufficient to scream, 'I exist!'"