Olivia Durif

Olivia Durif writes essays about culture and political resistance. Her work has been published by the Los Angeles Review of Books, The North American Congress on Latin America, and the Hypocrite Reader. She lives in Albuquerque.

Articles by Olivia Durif:


in Issue 95 | Symptoms (Jul 2020)

Can Pulque Fight Capitalism?

in Issue 74 | Correspondences (Apr 2017)

That Open Road

in Issue 60 | See America (Jan 2016)

Surviving the Age of Instagram

in Issue 51 | Wellness and Illness (Apr 2015)

Whiskey, Women, and Gold: Loss & Profit in Country Songs

in Issue 44 | Free Money (Sep 2014)

Snails (A Translation)

in Issue 40 | Hold or Be Held (May 2014)

Unbearable Things, Scary Monsters, & the Problem of Looking

in Issue 37 | Fashion (Feb 2014)

In the Kitchen

in Issue 31 | Strategies of Togetherness (Aug 2013)

Erotics of Narcissism: How to Be a Daddy and a Woman

in Issue 30 | The Daddy Issue (Jul 2013)