Evan Allgood

Evan Allgood's work has appeared in McSweeney's, The Millions, LA Review of Books, The Toast, and The Billfold. He lives in Brooklyn and contributes regularly to Paste. Follow and maybe later unfollow him on Twitter @evoooooooooooo.
Interviews

Jonathan Callahan

Behold: a vision, a prize—“a black unicorn with golden hooves, a tail like splayed fire, horn a glinting spear, eyes like emeralds, seraphic wings.” Beware: the voracious solar bear, which “subsists primarily on sunlight, drawing supplementary…

The Millay Diary

Epilogue

July 4, 2012 Dear Diary, If you’re wondering what New York City is like, it’s kind of like Washington, D.C. only instead of people taking themselves too serious all the time, they party. Also this place…

The Millay Diary

Crawl, Part 2

Days 20 and 21 Dear Diary, I read in some book somewhere that the more time you spend with a character in a book or play or movie or whatever the more you sympathize with them…

The Millay Diary

Crawl, Part 1

Days 20 and 21 Dear Diary, Well the artist camp studio crawl is officially in the books (okay there aren’t really any records of the event except this one, so I guess it’s in the process…

The Weather

List: Why the Pope Retired

Can’t take self, job seriously anymore due to epic hat hair from Pope hat. Transitioning to lucrative on-air TV gig as papal analyst. Wearing all white feels dishonest given checkered sexual history. Has started referring to himself as…

The Millay Diary

Calling

Days 18 and 19 Dear Diary, Well we’ve only got a few more days left here at artist camp and I’ve pretty much burned every bridge in Evantarctica so I’ve been working like a madman just…

The Millay Diary

Dangover

Days 16 and 17 Dear Diary, It’s a good thing doctors are always saving lives because no one would tolerate them if they did anything else, I mean can you imagine if a doctor had that…

The Millay Diary

Sore

Days 14 and 15 Dear Diary, Sorry to leave you hanging off a cliff like that with my last entry, that was a real J.J. move on my part but this whole mess has been such…

Memoir

Any Other Tuesday

As a senior, it is mandatory that you slump. Slouched at your desk in first period physics, relaxed fit Levi’s spread wide, your posture leaves everything to be desired. Your posture would make your father, a…