Eric S. Carlson's 'Elk and Butterflies' painting explores the interconnection of rot and reproduction in a living elk carcass sprouting… Keep Reading
All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others.
An interview with our featured artist Ramiro Roman, a.k.a. SKINCUBE.
Ramiro Roman, a.k.a. SKINCUBE, is a freelance artist from Los Angeles. He makes horror stuff, occasionally comics, album cover art,…
There is no “I”. There is no “Ryan”. There never was a “Ryan”. They have broken him. And now he sees beyond all linguistic barriers.
The Vulgarian Book Pick for March 2018 has been chosen.
Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water (2017) has been fin-slapped with a copyright infringement lawsuit, filed Wednesday in the Central District of California, roughly two weeks before the Academy Awards.
For the shortest month of the year, we've chosen a somewhat long-ass book: For Whom the Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway.
NEW YEAR, NEW YOU! And what better way to celebrate new beginnings than with our January 2018 Vulgarian Book Club selection The Face of Another (1964) by Kōbō Abe?
Issued by in-house ornithologist & necrologist H. SCHADENFREUDE.
Someone must have slandered Lindsay Shepherd, for one day, due to an anonymous student complaint, the teacher's assistant found herself in violation of Wilfrid Laurier University's Gendered and Sexual Violence Policy.