Killers of the Flower Moon

Issue 1586

Killers of the Flower Moon

As Martin Scorsese’s latest epic, Killers of the Flower Moon, is released, we find out how the injustice that forms the story still impacts people’s lives today from current Osage chief Geoffrey Standing Bear. Plus a vendor for Oklahoma street paper Curbside Chronicle (who auditioned for the film) talks about feeling glad that an overlooked piece of history is finally being acknowledged.

Also inside

  • How the top housebuilders in the country are amassing vast swathes of land to control the market, exacerbating the housing crisis
  • As grassroots music venues are threatened by closure, Venue Watch seeks to shine the spotlight on those at risk
  • Joe Talbot from IDLES writes about what’s at the heart of the band’s eagerly-anticipated new album
  • The incredible story of how new Terry Pratchett stories were discovered is a plot as thrilling as any of his books
  • Jazzie B shares his amazement that one day he’d become a statue in a Letter To My Younger Self
  • At her new Tate Britain exhibition, Sarah Lucas reflects on her playful, provocative art
  • And Birmingham vendor Rebeca Stan thanks her customers for the support they’ve shown to her young family

Plus much more!

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