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Interview with Valzhyna Mort

Interview

November 2022

Jennifer Lee Tsai

Interview

November 2022

How can we mourn the dead within the context of historical violence, trauma and political oppression? How can their memory be honoured? And what...

Essay

November 2022

You Have Not Yet Been Defeated

Alaa Abd el-Fattah

Essay

November 2022

RightsCon is an annual human rights conference, run by Access Now. Alaa attended the first ever RightsCon in October...

Essay

October 2022

But Who Could Have Known? (Grief, Gratitude)

Thomas Glave

Essay

October 2022

But how could anyone have known? Known or believed that even now, nearly three decades since your sister’s death...

Interview

October 2022

Interview with Sarah Schulman

Kristin Grogan

Interview

October 2022

In Sarah Schulman’s 1986 novel Girls, Visions and Everything she describes Gay Day, the gay pride march in New...

Essay

October 2022

Guts

Julia Armfield

Essay

October 2022

In Alexandra Kleeman’s 2015 novel You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine, we are presented with the image...

From the archive

Issue No. 23

Interview with Annie Ernaux

Lauren Elkin

From the archive

Issue No. 23

In 1999, living in France for the first time, I picked up a copy of Passion simple by Annie...

Interview with Susanna Moore

Interview

September 2022

Rosa Lyster

Interview

September 2022

Susanna Moore’s memoir, Miss Aluminum (2020), takes its title from a trade show at the New York Coliseum in the late 1960s, where a...

Essay

September 2022

Getting Rid of It

Ariel Saramandi

Essay

September 2022

As a schoolgirl I was told that abortion was illegal in Mauritius. No exceptions. There was no reason for...

Interview

August 2022

Interview with Yaa Gyasi

Alok Vaid-Menon

Interview

August 2022

In my first year of college I auditioned for our school’s spoken word poetry collective. There was this tradition...

Four Years

Essay

August 2022

Oliver Basciano

Essay

August 2022

Seeing the pen hover millimetres above my notebook in anticipation, Dona Vilma holds up her hand. ‘Ask me anything you like’, she says to...

 

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