Zach Schonfeld is a writer and former associate editor for PopMatters and a reporter for Newsweek. His writing has also appeared on Rolling Stone, TIME, Consequence of Sound, The Nation, USA Today College, The Rumpus, The Columbia Journalism Review, Paste Magazine, and the Hartford Courant.He can be reached at zschonfeld(at)gmail(dot)com or on Twitter @zzzzaaaacccchhh.
It starts with a dream about his own severed hands running away, and it only gets stranger from there. Welcome to Chad VanGaalen's world.
15 Jun 2014
'Over Ten Tons of Internet': An Interview with Kenneth Goldsmith, the Poet Who Tried to Print the Entire Internet
The average professor spends the summer revising syllabi and maybe teaching a class or two. Kenneth Goldsmith spent his printing out the Internet.
06 May 2014
Given the anticipation level and lack of pre-release availability, Yeezus offered a perfect test case for the nagging question: How has the model of digital media changed the amount of time music critics spend with the records they’re assessing?
14 Jan 2014
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