Books

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Eloise Hendy interrogates the complexities of merciless mother-daughter bonds in the author's latest book Is Mother Dead 

BY Eloise Hendy | 26 OCT 22

In her new book, Animal Joy, poet and psychoanalyst Nuar Alsadir explores the role of the ‘inner clown’ in art and politics

BY Laura McLean-Ferris | 28 SEP 22

Alastair Curtis reviews two memoirs by the French writer and looks at the lessons he learned from past relationships

BY Alastair Curtis | 16 SEP 22

The author's debut book, Which As You Know Means Violence, reveals the politics of self-injury in performance art and contemporary culture

BY Esmé Hogeveen | 14 SEP 22

A wry interrogation of 'The Twilight World' and the literary sequel to the Hollywood blockbuster 'Heat'

BY Ed Luker | 12 SEP 22

Édouard Louis’s A Woman’s Battles and Transformations and Lynne Tillman’s Mothercare both look at the struggles of their mothers through the socioeconomics lens of caregiving

BY Jennifer Kabat | 25 AUG 22

The British artist revisits a classic 1970s photobook interrogating ‘unruly’ archival images

BY David Campany | 25 AUG 22

The writer’s new book riffs on the work of Édouard Levé while highlighting his own predilection for the absurd

BY Bailey Trela | 26 JUL 22

The novelist watches Joanna Hogg’s two recent films and muses on how they convey the lessons learned in creative practices

BY Elif Batuman | 24 JUN 22

What’s worth packing in your suitcase? The frieze team offers their picks for holiday reads

BY frieze | 17 JUN 22

Released this month, Jhumpa Lahiri's new book explores her relationship with the Italian language as a writer and translator

 

BY Anandi Mishra | 11 MAY 22

The writer’s new collection of essays repositions Indiana as a prescient analyst of US art and politics

BY Daniel Felsenthal | 31 MAR 22

The artist and author’s new novella, ‘Tuesday or September or The End’, imagines an alternative collective future

BY Travis Diehl | 14 MAR 22

Part memoir, part literary portrait, the author’s new book on Berlin goes beyond familiar narratives of the German capital

BY Mitch Speed | 10 MAR 22

Nicole Rudick’s new biography weaves together her own writing with that of Saint Phalle, offering a more complex portrait of the artist

BY Kate Wolf | 03 MAR 22

Ian Bourland speaks to the writer about the persistence of university narratives and what it means to write novels in 2022

BY Ian Bourland AND Julia May Jonas | 02 MAR 22

A new book of Derek McCormack's collected writing captures his irreverent take on fashion, from Kathy Acker to Jean-Paul Gaultier and the late Thierry Mugler

BY Sophie Tolhurst | 25 JAN 22

In his first book, the author offers a scholarly account of the life and work of Minoru Yamasaki – the esteemed architect of the World Trade Center

BY Terence Trouillot | 10 JAN 22

The writer reflects on how secretly loving pool led him down a path of self-education

BY Tan Lin | 07 JAN 22

In a new translation of her innovative interviews, the writer exposes the layers behind being a critic in the 20th century

BY Ara H. Merjian | 23 DEC 21