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Interview with Ariana Reines

Interview

July 2019

Rebecca Tamás

Interview

July 2019

I first became aware of Ariana Reines’s work through her early poetry collection The Cow (2006), which went on to win the prestigious Alberta Prize. I...

Essay

Issue No. 25

The Promise of Renewal

Christine Okoth

Essay

Issue No. 25

If you passed London’s Old Street in the summer of 2018, you will have seen a usually bare piece...

Feature

Issue No. 25

Editorial

Feature

Issue No. 25

As the UK remains in political disarray and large-scale protests against climate change gather pace, it’s perhaps not surprising...

Feature

Issue No. 25

Roundtable: On Housing

Željka Marošević

John Boughton

Seraphima Kennedy

Bridget Minamore

Feature

Issue No. 25

Where do you live? Over a decades-long housing crisis in the UK, the answer to that question has become...

Interview

Issue No. 25

Interview with Terry Castle

Daniel Cohen

Interview

Issue No. 25

Like many people, I discovered Terry Castle through her essay on Susan Sontag. Published in the London Review of...

Feature

Issue No. 16

LISTENING TO YOURSELF

Lawrence Abu Hamdan

Feature

Issue No. 16

In the early 2000s, Belgium, Germany, Holland, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia began implementing a...

Interview with Vivan Sundaram

Interview

May 2019

Kamayani Sharma

Interview

May 2019

When I meet Vivan Sundaram at his residence in Delhi, he pulls out the catalogue of his 2018 survey exhibition Disjunctures at Haus der...

Essay

April 2019

Ariana and the Lesbian Narcissus

Rosanna Mclaughlin

Essay

April 2019

‘Avoid me not!’ ‘Avoid me not!’                                   Narcissus   Let me describe a GIF I’ve been watching. A lot....

Interview

March 2019

In conversation: Jamie Quatro and Eimear McBride

Eimear McBride

Jamie Quatro

Interview

March 2019

In September 2018, I was invited to speak at a seminar entitled ‘Sex & the Contemporary Novel’ at the...

Dreaming Reasonably: on Jenny George

Essay

March 2019

Rachael Allen

Essay

March 2019

In Neil Marshall’s 2005 horror film The Descent, a group of women go spelunking and become trapped deep underground in a winding, disorienting cave...

 

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