September 13-18, 2010

This week, in “Dysphonia,” Mike Vincent traces his paths of discovery through Ry Cooder’s body of work, and wonders if similar discoveries are possible in the age of the internet. Read “The place where the river flows”

In “The Cinephiles,” Adam Simmons re-lives his 16-year-old discovery of Bob Guccionne’s lone foray into mainstream cinema, and Malcolm McDowell’s one porno. Read “Desperately seeking Caligula”

Also in “The Cinephiles,” Kevin Mattison accepts The Proposition, and finds that its violence goes far beyond guns and bullets. Read “What fresh hell is this?”

In “PopHeart,” Ana Holguin watches the Draper children, because Don and Betty don’t seem like they’re going to do it. Read “Mad childhood”

In “Diary of a Casual Gamer,” Gavin Craig compares playing video games to relationships. Make of that what you will. Read “Writing through the pain”

In “Rounding Third,” Angela Vasquez-Giroux is visited by the ghosts of players of the past, whose echoes remain on the field. Read “Ghost runners”

In “The F Word,” Jill Kologowski suppresses her gag reflex in “Consider the lobster”

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