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Interview with Rodrigo Hasbún

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March 2017

Enea Zaramella

Rodrigo Hasbún

TR. Sophie Hughes

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March 2017

Rodrigo Hasbún (born Cochabamba, Bolivia, 1981) has published two novels and a collection of short stories; he was selected by the 2007 Hay Festival...

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Issue No. 19

Editorial

The Editors

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Issue No. 19

‘A crisis becomes a crisis when the white male body is affected,’ writes the philosopher Rosi Braidotti, interviewed in...

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Issue No. 19

Interview with Álvaro Enrigue

Thomas Bunstead

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Issue No. 19

Álvaro Enrigue is a Mexican writer who lives and teaches in New York. A leading light in the Spanish-language...

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February 2017

Interview with Hajra Waheed

Rebecca Travis

Interview

February 2017

This conversation with Hajra Waheed began in person with an opportune meeting at her Montreal studio in April 2016....

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Issue No. 19

Ill Feelings

Alice Hattrick

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Issue No. 19

My mother recently found some loose diary pages I wrote in my first year of boarding school, aged eleven,...

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January 2017

Interview with David Thomson

Leo Robson

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January 2017

David Thomson — the author of dozens of books, including an account of Scott’s expedition to the Antarctic and...

New Communities

Art

January 2017

Robert Assaye

Art

January 2017

DeviantArt is the world’s ‘largest online community of artists and art-lovers’ and its thirteenth largest social network. Its forty million members contribute to a...

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January 2017

Take Comfort

Heather Radke

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January 2017

I. One week after Buzz and Heather broke up, she dragged her mattress into her living room. She moved...

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January 2017

Interview with Barbara T. Smith

Ciara Moloney

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January 2017

Californian artist Barbara T. Smith (b. 1931) is something of a performance art legend. It was in the 1960s...

Wildness of the Day

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December 2016

Orlando Reade

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December 2016

One day in late 2011, waiting outside Green Park station, my gaze was drawn to an unexpected sight. Earlier that year a canopy of...