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Roisin Kiberd

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April 2019

In King-Kong Theory (2006), her autobiography and feminist manifesto, Virginie Despentes describes a job she’d held almost two decades earlier. In 1989, aged twenty,...

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Leon Craig

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The light is dim, the air richly scented. Little purple tea lights flicker in the votive candle rack and the walls are decorated with...

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Three Poems

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WARM UP   Imagine that you are chewing a piece of gum. Chew it. Focus on the thought of...

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Postcards from Peripheral France

Elsa Court

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‘When I arrived in Paris for school, all these bourgeois kids would say Eddy Bellegueule, what a funny name.’...

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The White Review 2019 Short Story Prize Party

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Thursday 25 April | The Horse Hospital | £3...

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In conversation: Jamie Quatro and Eimear McBride

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In September 2018, I was invited to speak at...

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Oval

Elvia Wilk

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The gym was crowded, so crowded there was a...

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Daria Martin, Tonight the World

Nathan Geyer

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I awoke bathed in perspiration, my teeth clenched. Once...

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Dreaming Reasonably: on Jenny George

Rachael Allen

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In Neil Marshall’s 2005 horror film The Descent, a...

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In August 1915, The Egoist – an avant-garde magazine which claimed to ‘recognise no taboos’ and had serialised A...

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Anthea Hamilton

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A selection of images from our interview with Anthea...

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Roundtable: On Translation

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In May 2017, during the tense weeks leading up...

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I met John at the dance summer school. He...

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The first contact I had with Mary Ruefle was...

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Nael Eltoukhy

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I’m a woman who’s been through terrible trauma. I’m a woman whose first husband committed suicide, and whose second husband woke up out of...

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The Songs of Hecate: Poetry and the Language of the Occult

Rebecca Tamás

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In recent years, in the UK, and across Europe and the US, there has been a growing fascination with...

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The Barbara Hepworth Blues

NJ Stallard

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At the bottom of the garden, my mother and a woman dressed like Barbara Hepworth argue over a sculpture...

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On Yuval Noah Harari

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Wouldn’t it be nice if there was someone in...

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Simryn Gill, Soft Tissue

Skye Arundhati Thomas

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I walked into Simryn Gill’s exhibition SOFT TISSUE at...

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The Inheritance of Ambiguity

Katie Da Cunha Lewin

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I have told the story of my grandparents’ arrival...

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THE VAST EXTENT: ON SEEING AND NOT SEEING FURTHER

Lavinia Greenlaw

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Caves, sleep, absence of light     1. Oh...

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Evita Vasiljeva, POSTCRETE

Philippa Snow

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Lower.Green is situated in the unlikely surroundings of a...

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Akwaeke Emezi’s 
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Lucy Scholes

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Akwaeke Emezi’s Freshwater isn’t only a fine debut novel that announces the arrival of an exciting and talented new literary voice,...

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Deana Lawson, PLANES

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At the Underground Museum in Los Angeles, radiant geodes...

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Three Poems

Cole Swensen

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THE KITE C. 1755   One doctor of lightning,...

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Martha Rosler, Irrespective

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Long before the advent of ‘fake news’, Martha Rosler...

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On Daša Drndić

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‘without memory, the present becomes sick, mutilated, a torso...

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Rachel Long

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We’re in Try Thai, a two-storey cocktail-pink restaurant I discovered a few years ago when visiting my sister who was studying in Manchester. Following...

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Cady Noland, MMK Frankfurt

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January 2019

During the 1990s, Cady Noland earned a reputation for making sculptural assemblages that toy with iconic symbols of Americana....

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Fiona Benson’s ‘Vertigo & Ghost’

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January 2019

Among the many pleasures of listening to Robert Lowell read, hearing him pronounce ‘My mind’s not right’ in the...

Under the Eye of the Clock

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Erica X Eisen

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In an early episode of Camus’s The Plague (1947), Tarrou, one of the last victims of an epidemic in the Algerian city of Oran,...

 

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