May 2014

ONLINE ISSUE

This month we're featuring interviews with Eimear McBride, whose novel A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing won last year's inaugural Goldsmiths Prize and has been the subject of much critical excitement, and artist Conrad Shawcross, whose sculptures combine mechanical innovation and philosophical experiment. We're also publishing fictional field-writings from art writer and Happy Hypocrite editor Maria Fusco's residency at the Lisbon Architecture Triennale; David Auerbach on the narrative modalities of gaming and 'the Quick Time Event'; and Rose McLaren who, astonishingly, manages to say something original about Karl Ove Knausgaard's My Struggle cycle, arguing that his 'closest artistic relatives are the Northern Renaissance painters'. Finally, we have a suite of paintings by the Turner Prize-nominated artist and one-time punk Dexter Dalwood, fiction from Guernsey-born, California-based Ben Hinshaw, and poetry by England's New York School heir, David Andrew.

ISSUE CONTENTS




Interviews

May 2014

Interview with Conrad Shawcross

Features

May 2014

How Imagination Remembers



Art

May 2014

The Interzone and Dexter Dalwood

Fiction

May 2014

Preparation for Trial