A reprint of a Flow piece in which Natalie Cannon, Zak Salih, and Angela Nemecek engage in a debate regarding the HBO program Carnivale.
by: Elliot Panek, Kristen Grant and Elaine Baumgartel
Considering the internet as a primary news source.
by: Jessica Birthisel, Lindsay Bosch, and Beth Bonnstetter
A consideration of the Internet generation’s experience of human-to-human relations.
by: Chris Terry, Cate Racek, and Cory Maclauchlin
What’s the appeal of fishing shows?
by: Shana Heinricy, Matt Payne, and Angela McManaman
Who is the “we” in those ubiquitous [Adult Swim] promos?
by: Natalie Cannon, Zak Salih, and Angela Nemecek
HBO’s Carnivale and the valorization of freak culture.
Remembering Flow’s origins and its objective to challenge the status quo, 2006 coordinator Christopher Lucas proposes three ways for the journal and conference to continue experimenting with interdisciplinarity.Read more
by: Russell Haight / FLOW Staff
Welcome to Issue 4.
by: Chris Lucas and Avi Santo / Coordinating Editors
Welcome to the first issue of Flow Volume 2.