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This issue features interviews with art and fashion photographer Juergen Teller and writers Ahdaf Soueif and Brian Dillon; fiction by Jesse Ball and Deborah Levy (plus some hidden Vladimir Nabokov prose); poetry by Michael Horovitz and Sarah Howe; essays on political poetry, imagining radical futures and Tibetan kitsch; artwork by Nick Van Woert, Julie Brook and Gabriele Beveridge
Issue No. 4

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April 2012

This issue features interviews with art and fashion photographer Juergen Teller and writers Ahdaf Soueif and Brian Dillon; fiction by Jesse Ball and Deborah Levy (plus some hidden Vladimir Nabokov prose); poetry by Michael Horovitz and Sarah Howe; essays on political poetry, imagining radical futures and Tibetan kitsch; artwork by Nick Van Woert, Julie Brook and Gabriele Beveridge.

ISSUE CONTENTS

Weeping Machines

Deborah Levy


Fiction

Brian Dillon


Interview

Poems

Ben Parker, David Lebor, Tom Chivers, Nia Davies


Poetry

A Wedding

Jesse Ball


Fiction

Untitled

Nick van Woert


Art

Notes on an Unfamiliar Poetry

Orlando Reade


Essay

Juergen Teller


Interview

Poems

Andy Brown, Sarah Howe


Poetry

If Not Now, When?

Rye Dag Holmboe


Essay

A Letter That Never Reached England

Matt Lomas


Fiction

Poems

Paul Hoover, James Brookes


Poetry

Renaissance Afternoon

Gabriele Beveridge


Art

Not Yet Titled

Landon Metz


Cover Art

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