Well, take a look at that. Welcome to Talk Vomit, the lit-mag-thing formerly known as Manqué. Manqué started last May as a passion project for Monica after completing her MFA. She was inspired to create a space that felt different from the ones she had seen cultivated and prioritized during her time in school. Mary joined shortly before launching to help with the Instagram and … Continue reading Welcome to Talk Vomit
“Simple: keep them alive. Because they are living, that’s the reason.” Continue reading Kiskadee: Living Debris
One of the main rules is that you can’t tell anyone to stop singing or playing the piano, no matter the time of day. Continue reading Fiction Friday: Two Days in October
Bougie panini, bougie taco, bougie ice-cream sandwich, bougie burger, bougie tiramisu. Continue reading Fiction Friday: The Burrito
What happens to art installations put up in the days before the pandemic? Continue reading Kiskadee: Vacancies
Every food fad eventually made its way across her perfectly
lined lips. Continue reading Fiction Friday: The Eating Broadcast
This week, we are joined by Charlotte-based artist Ali Mullins to discuss what, why and how she has found herself producing zines. Continue reading The Manqué (podcast) Episode 18: Making Zines with Ali Mullins
“Where is the worst place to die?” Continue reading Fiction Friday: Après-Ski
If we ever meet again, even if I don’t remember you, I don’t think I would like you.
Continue reading The Eternal Sunshine of My Spotless Mind
According to acoustics experts the United States is getting quieter every day, and those absent neighbors—there are more of them now and they’re quieter than ever. Continue reading Experts say we’re quieter than ever. How quiet? What’s the danger? What’s being done about it?