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Interview with Anne Serre

Interview

November 2020

Nina Leger

Interview

November 2020

I met Anne Serre on the shelves of a Parisian bookshop. She was very slim, of a golden yellow, and her title, Petite table, sois...

Essay

November 2020

So Many Times, Lausanne

Carlos Fonseca

TR. Jessica Sequeira

Essay

November 2020

I   As soon as I sat down, I remembered the quote by Enrique Vila-Matas which in some way...

Book Review

November 2020

A net, a web, a trap: on ‘Glitch Feminism’

R. V. Campbell

Book Review

November 2020

I was fourteen when I first transformed from Rosa into ~<*RoSaBubbLe*>~. Propelled by my adoration of Courtney Love –...

Interview

Issue No. 29

Interview with Scholastique Mukasonga

Julian Lucas

Interview

Issue No. 29

Scholastique Mukasonga is Rwanda’s most celebrated author. Her eight works of memoir and fiction, all written in French, reckon...

Interview

Issue No. 29

Interview with Fanny Howe

FIONA ALISON DUNCAN

Interview

Issue No. 29

Fanny Howe’s bibliography is as bewildering as her itinerant biography. Born in 1940 in Buffalo, New York, the poet...

Essay

Issue No. 29

On Water

Victoria Adukwei Bulley

Essay

Issue No. 29

& we say to her what have you done with our kin that you swallowed? & she says that...

Solace

Essay

Issue No. 29

Caleb Azumah Nelson

Essay

Issue No. 29

I lost my faith the year my Grandma passed away. She was here and then she was not, and my belief slipped away with...

Essay

October 2020

A year without writing

Benoît Loiseau

Essay

October 2020

Shortly after the release of his controversial novel To the Friend Who Did Not Save My Life in 1990,...

Interview

October 2020

In conversation: Jacob Bromberg and Zoë Hitzig

Jacob Bromberg

Zoë Hitzig

Interview

October 2020

Zoë Hitzig’s first book of poems, MEZZANINE, is animated by a prismatic intelligence that alternately focuses and refracts different...

Interview with Sianne Ngai

Interview

October 2020

Kevin Brazil

Interview

October 2020

Over the past fifteen years, Sianne Ngai has created a taxonomy of the aesthetic features of contemporary capitalism: the emotions it provokes, the judgements...

 

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