We’re inviting submissions of short works—fiction or non-fiction, poetry, prose, or other experimental forms—that explore all the many contradictory faces of paradox.
Metapsychosis is currently accepting essays, poetry, fiction, visual art, film, and music that explores the broad philosophical, existential, and spiritual questions relating to the rapid evolution of current AI technology…
Art for art’s sake is a dead end; art for heart’s sake is the way out.
See Marjorie Kaye’s new series of paintings, “Millionth Wave Futurism,” at the Galataea Fine Art gallery, in Boston MA from May 5-28th, 2023.
Will I ever enjoy listening to Kind of Blue again knowing that Miles Davis abused and beat his wife when he was outside the recording studio?
With his first book recently published, essayist, poet, and artist Brian George reflects on the bizarre and often humorous ways that great works of the past were received by their contemporary critics, and how changes in the cultural landscape over the last few centuries—but especially since his coming of age in the Boston poetry and punk scenes of the late 1970s—have profoundly altered the ways we read, receive, and understand new works.
A never-before-heard interview with David Lynch by Mitch Horowitz, mostly about meditation and creativity.