Two Continents Back to Back
Instead of a Plaque in the Sidewalk, How About the Building Next to It?
‘The book is inflected by a general sense of apprehension that we all have at present – an awareness of the possibility of world-ending events.’
For the Sake of Dangling Boys
Shalash Speaks . . .
Who is Shalash the Iraqi?
She’s on the Ching Again
On Art, Walking With Our Sisters and the Problem with Reconciliation
An Album Can Last a Day
Sinatra Sang in Sentences
school of hard knocks
‘If a little bird enters into a café…’
29th May 2016
Cesar Aira explains why the sinuous thread running through his novels is more interesting, and more writable, than a linear plot.
Number 29 | Weight to Lift
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