Felice Arenas

Felice Arenas wrote Netflix synopses for a decade and covered cinema and music for HuffPost before earning her MFA from New York University, where she taught creative writing and was a Global Research Initiatives Fellow. Her work has also appeared or is forthcoming in Harvard Review, Entropy, High Shelf Press, and elsewhere. Born and raised in Chicago, she has lived in Los Angeles, New York, Brooklyn, and Shanghai.

Felice Arenas


on The Silence by Don DeLillo

When every screen in the world goes vvvzzztt and then blank, “What happens to people who live inside their phones?” Such is the question the world’s resident doyen of hysterical realism and American mythology, Don DeLillo, poses and answers in his most recent book, The Silence. Both brevity and absurdity provoke numerous reflexive questions when […]

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