Issue 58 Theft Summer 2015

Table of Contents

  • Colors / Cadmium Red
    Erica Baum
    Bursting in air
  • Thing / No. 4
    Sally O'Reilly, Leland de la Durantaye, and Adam Jasper
    Left to their own devices
  • Ingestion / Farcical Farces
    Allen S. Weiss
    The stuff of friendship
  • Inventory / Wheels of Desire
    Jon Calame
    Cataloguing the aspirations of American RV owners
  • A City for Poets and Pirates
    Reinaldo Laddaga
    Gabriele D’Annunzio and the Fiume adventure
  • The Internet of Snails
    Justin E. H. Smith
    Escargotic commotion and the wood-wide web
  • Artist Project / Who Is Jimmy Buckles?
    Nancy Davenport
  • Instant Masterpiece
    Dennis Jelonnek
    Raphael’s Transfiguration, transfigured by Polaroid
  • Autobiographical Bodies
    Alice Butler
    Reading “Sparraw’s Kneecaps”
  • Sacrament to Street Food
    Aden Kumler
    The troubled history of the waffle
  • Jubrique Update
    Visiting our Andalusian stronghold
  • Inside Jobs
    Geoff Manaugh
    Burrowing for books
  • Give and Take
    D. Graham Burnett
    The contingencies of trust
  • A Phony Claim?
    Margherita Peliti
    Antonio Meucci contra Alexander Graham Bell
  • The Robber and the Robbed
    Jerry Toner
    Theft in ancient Rome
  • Gift of General Dodds
    Julian Lucas
    The plundering of Dahomey
  • Inside the Mechanical Turk
    Amazon’s microtasking platform and the question of stolen labor
  • Postcard / Dialing for Free with Captain Crunch
  • Bookmark / Thou Shalt Not Steal (This Book)
  • Kiosk / Summer 2015
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