Ariana Kelly

Ariana Kelly lives in Los Angeles. Her first book Phone Booth will be out in September 2015.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

A Writer at Sea

Geoff Dyer spent two weeks aboard the USS George H. W. Bush. Another Great Day at Sea, recently published by Pantheon, is his remarkable account of that stay....


Going Up?

Without the “vertical railways” of the elevator, not only would cities like New York, Tokyo, and Hong Kong bear no architectural resemblance to their current forms, they would also be radically different social spaces....


The Phantom Phone Booth
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