RESCRIPTION II is the second iteration of the original RESCRIPTION PROJECT held in Chicago during 2012. Check out the book resulting from Chicago’s RESCRIPTION PROJECT here. RESCRIPTION II: NYC Let’s say you have a story. It’s written, polished, complete… and you hate it. The language is cheap, the characters are weak, the plot is tired, […]
The Anobium staff is proud to present what 2012 meant to us in terms of music, film, and literature. BENJAMIN VAN LOON Top 5 Albums 1. Gaza: No Absolutes in Human Suffering  – A soundtrack for universal entropy. Heavy and dark as the Caspian Sea. 2. Old Man Gloom: No  – I waited something like 10 […]
We skipped last weekend, but we can’t always be working in this realm. Some of us have bills to pay, kids to feed to kids. Anyway, nine things. Wham bam, thank you Sam. 1. First and foremost, the Joe Meno ‘Office Girl’ release party! June 28th, Chicago, GO! 2. And this picture. 3. And this […]
Anobium contributor Benjamin Schachtman recently caught up with Pulitzer-Prize-winning author Junot Diaz, author of The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, Drown, and many others. His new book of short stories, This is How You Lose Her, is due for release this fall.
[Continued from Part 2] IV. Drive As an American, eager to see new talent carve into the meaty flanks of the American Berserk, it certainly seems like Drive is the film that Refn has been working up to; it finally allows him to make a film directly against the black suitcase model. The story – […]