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Elsa Court
Elsa Court is a writer and researcher living in London. Her book on transatlantic representations of the American highway is forthcoming with Palgrave Macmillan. She writes a monthly column on immigration and identity for the Financial Times.

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Postcards from Peripheral France

Book Review

April 2019

Elsa Court

Book Review

April 2019

‘When I arrived in Paris for school, all these bourgeois kids would say Eddy Bellegueule, what a funny name.’   A year before the...

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Prize Entry

Issue No. 20

The Refugee

Kristen Gleason

Prize Entry

Issue No. 20

Brian Ed waited outside the ration house. Merlijn took his time coming to the door, and opened it slowly....

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August 2017

What Makes A Gallery Programme?

Pac Pobric

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August 2017

Of his art dealer, Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, Pablo Picasso once wondered, ‘What would have become of us if Kahnweiler hadn’t...

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October 2013

A World of Sharp Edges: A Week Among Poets in the Western Cape

André Naffis-Sahely

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October 2013

In Antal Szerb’s The Incurable, the eccentric millionaire Peter Rarely steps into the dining car of a train steaming...

 

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