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A thirty-year-old memory, a one-night stand and an art exhibition featuring this newly translated piece by the prize-winning author

BY ​Annie Ernaux | 28 JUL 21

In What Artists Wear, Charlie Porter examines figures from Georgia O’Keeffe to Gilbert & George to reflect on the importance of clothing to artistic practice and identity

BY Chloë Ashby | 01 JUN 21

The performer’s recently reissued autobiography, Man Enough to Be a Woman, offers an unapologetic blueprint for gender non-conformity

BY Sam Moore | 24 MAY 21

Her latest book, a collection of 19 essays that spans art criticism, journalism and memoir, is an exhaustive examination of what it means to write

BY Travis Diehl | 14 MAY 21

An open letter to n+1’s new anthology, which explores themes of racial aggression and privilege as well as celebrating solidarity

BY Ysabelle Cheung | 14 MAY 21

The Argentine author’s new short story collection, written in the wake of economic collapse, depict women finding pleasure in unexpected circumstances  

BY Jennifer Kabat | 29 APR 21

Hatty Nestor's new book Ethical Portraits examines portraiture’s central role in understanding the discriminatory nature of the US criminal justice system 

BY Gwen Burlington | 28 APR 21

The author’s latest book, See/Saw: Looking at Photographs, condenses over 100 years of history into selected moments

BY Pádraig Ó Meiscill | 21 APR 21

'Crocodile Cradle', a collaborative project in the London gallery's window, collages together new and found texts by 51 artists, reflecting on how the pandemic has stratified society

BY Bryony White | 22 MAR 21

The UK-based poet speaks with frieze editor Andrew Durbin about her debut collection of poems from Granta

BY Andrew Durbin | 18 FEB 21

The debut novel, sugar-dusted with zeitgeist signifiers, satirizes the 21st-century urban bourgeoisie – but who is the joke actually on?

BY Jackson Arn | 12 FEB 21

The films and books that kept us afloat in a calamitous year

BY Anthony Hawley | 03 JAN 21

A century ago, the novelists Hermann Hesse and Thomas Mann depicted a world recovering from war and pandemic. What can we learn from translating their works today?

BY Susan Bernofsky | 02 DEC 20

The author’s latest novel, ‘The Silence’, is full of questions with obvious answers

BY Jackson Arn | 06 NOV 20

The prolific Beat poet, who died aged 86 on 25 October, left behind a powerful and ever-urgent call to action in her Revolutionary Letters

BY Iris Cushing | 02 NOV 20

Taken over a decade and published in 2001, Singh’s book documents the life of her friend Mona Ahmed 

BY Vikramaditya Sahai | 23 OCT 20

The author's new novel is a smart, sharply observed critique of literary tropes and the art world

BY Philippa Snow | 16 OCT 20

Frog Pond Splash, published 20 November by Siglio Press, presents four decades of the artist’s mail-art exchanges with poet William S. Wilson

BY Tausif Noor | 08 OCT 20

The winner of the New Academy Prize remembers how Fanon's legendary book has changed her reading and writing life

BY Maryse Condé | 07 OCT 20

With ‘Men and Apparitions’ – her first novel to be published in the UK since 1999 – Tillman deep-dives into photography and its lovers

BY Lynne Tillman AND Andrew Durbin | 06 OCT 20