Since Vice's now notorious fashion spread depicting female writers who committed suicide at their moments of death was published, a lot of questions have been raised about the intentions of the photographer, Annabel Mehran, the editor, Annette Lamothe-Ramos, and the magazine. I've reached out to Mehran and Lamothe-Ramos for comment. Vice has now pulled the images, which were widely criticized by blogs, readers, mental-health advocates, and anti-suicide organizations, from its Web site. They still appear in the magazine's current issue, which is dedicated to female writers. I spoke to one of the models in the spread, Paige Morgan, who portrayed the poet Elise Cowen.