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Lisa Taddeo’s ‘Three Women’

Book Review

September 2019

Octavia Bright

Book Review

September 2019

Reading Lisa Taddeo’s Three Women, I kept thinking of the artist Jenny Holzer’s statement from her work Truisms: ‘abuse of power comes as no...

Book Review

August 2019

Geovani Martins’s ‘The Sun on my Head’

Yara Rodrigues Fowler

Book Review

August 2019

I started reading Geovani Martins’s The Sun on my Head in English, but within minutes I was sending emails,...

Book Review

August 2019

Jia Tolentino’s ‘Trick Mirror’

Rebecca Liu

Book Review

August 2019

Talk about the fates of young professional women today and you will often alight on two themes: the anxieties...

Book Review

August 2019

Jordy Rosenberg’s ‘Confessions of the Fox’

Izabella Scott

Book Review

August 2019

It’s hot as fuck, said the friend who handed me Confessions of the Fox, a faux-memoir set in eighteenth-century...

Book Review

August 2019

Jamel Brinkley’s ‘A Lucky Man’

Chris Power

Book Review

August 2019

‘I’m deeply suspicious of the idea that people or characters can suddenly undergo deep and genuine change, or that...

Book Review

July 2019

Jos Charles’s ‘Feeld’

Josephine Livingstone

Book Review

July 2019

In his book Ways of Seeing, John Berger wrote, ‘Each evening we see the sun set. We know that...

You’re Stuck in My Guts

Art Review

July 2019

Bryony White

Art Review

July 2019

Friendship often requires the careful dance of shared time and being attentive to one another’s needs. Recently when I visited San Francisco with my...

Art Review

July 2019

Graham Little, Alison Jacques Gallery

Alex Bennett

Art Review

July 2019

The woman in Graham Little’s Untitled (Mother and Baby) (2019) sits in a bathroom of stone curves and oblong...

Book Review

July 2019

Andrea Lawlor’s ‘Paul Takes the Form of a Mortal Girl’

Juliet Jacques

Book Review

July 2019

Paul Takes the Form of a Mortal Girl is a cross-over novel. Not only in the sense that its...

Jonathas de Andrade, One to One

Art Review

June 2019

William Harris

Art Review

June 2019

A collection of workers’ shirts, mounted like shopping displays and gathered into the regimented, brightly coloured rows that might mark a labour demonstration, stands...

 

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