Monster Children #34 is on the newsstands and it’s a work of unmitigated genius, if we do say so ourselves, and we just did, so there. Chris Nieratko chats with Dylan Rieder about Kate Moss and identity theft; the notoriously reclusive artist Richard Prince gives us his thoughts on everything from J.D. Salinger to pilates to why he’s so goddamn angry; gallerist Kathy Greyson talks about New York, modern art, and how the LA kids are blowing it; and our new editor in chief heads for Punxsutawney, PA, to cover an event we assumed wasn’t even real: Groundhog Day. Also, Leo Fitzpatrick gives us his top 6 records of all time, Gavin McInnes tells us what he hates (spoiler alert: he hates shrimp), Jay Howell presents a new comic strip, Mr. Griff conjures up a horoscope, Vaughn Dead gets funny again, and, as always, a pretty girl stretches out on page 33. It’s a killer issue and it’ll sell out fast. Get it!