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Interview with Dag Solstad

Interview

June 2018

Sam Riviere

TR. Audun Mortensen

Interview

June 2018

According to some, Dag Solstad, who was born in Sandefjord in 1941, is Norway’s pre-eminent living novelist. From 1969’s Patina! Green! to The Insoluble...

Interview

April 2018

Interview with Arseny Zhilyaev

Aliya Say

Interview

April 2018

I decide to drop by Arseny Zhilyaev’s workshop at Garage Museum of Contemporary Art in Moscow last November, only...

Interview

April 2018

Interview with Alejandro Zambra

Samuel Rutter

Interview

April 2018

When I arrived at the home of Chilean author Alejandro Zambra, in the neighbourhood of La Reina in Santiago,...

Feature

April 2018

A God is All Over Me

Ma’an Abu Taleb

Feature

April 2018

There is a sense of calm, a deep quiet in the soul, that befalls me when I come face-to-face...

Interview

March 2018

Interview with Terre Thaemlitz

Kevin Brazil

Interview

March 2018

In the first room of Terre Thaemlitz’s 2017 exhibition ‘INTERSTICES’, at Auto Italia in London, columns of white text...

Feature

Issue No. 21

On Work: Roundtable

The Editors

Feature

Issue No. 21

In 2013 we encountered a pamphlet-sized book published by n+1 called No Regrets. It contained a series of conversations...

Editorial

Feature

March 2018

The Editors

Feature

March 2018

During his interview with Claudia Rankine in this issue, Kayo Chingonyi raises the subject of what role the arts might play in a period...

Interview

March 2018

Interview with Claudia Rankine

Kayo Chingonyi

Interview

March 2018

Of all the books to enter the wider consciousness in the last decade, Citizen is the one to which...

Feature

Issue No. 21

Facing Future Feelings: The Portrait of Chelsea Manning

Hatty Nestor

Feature

Issue No. 21

Last autumn I listened to an episode from the 1999 ‘Lock Up’ series of This American Life, which explored...

No One Here Gets Out Alive: Kaveh Golestan’s ‘Prostitutes’ Series

Art Review

February 2018

Joobin Bekhrad

Art Review

February 2018

‘The ruins of Rey are near Tehran!’ exclaimed the wayfarers in Sadegh Hedayat’s dark, opium-incensed novel of 1936, The Blind Owl. The fabled city...

 

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