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To celebrate the recent release of her memoir, The Lives of Artists, the author shares a list of literary works that have inspired her

BY Susan Finlay |

A new memoir by Alexandra Auder delves into life with her parents, Warhol superstar Viva and artist Michel Auder

BY Leila Levy Gale |

The writer's debut novel, set in an English boarding school, explores desire, gender identity and charged dynamics

BY Lisette May Monroe |

Works from the poet’s forthcoming book Listen to the Golden Boomerang Return take on a life of their own

BY CAConrad |

From new fiction by Isabel Allende to the first Bulgarian novel to win the Man Booker International, the frieze team recommend new favourites and future classics

BY frieze |

Told from the perspective of a mountain lion, Henry Hoke's hallucinatory novel explores the polycrisis of Los Angeles's unhoused population, wildfires and political violence

BY Alice Bucknell |

Ahead of the release of her new memoir, The Light Room, the author shares a list of the literary works that have inspired her

BY Kate Zambreno |

In her new book, Sophia Giovannitti reflects on sex work as labour and its parallels to the art market  

BY Esmé Hogeveen |

In the novel, the unnamed narrator reckons with the politics of race, desire and marginalization in galleries and institutions 

BY Reed McConnell |

In the author's new novel, encountering a doppelgänger on the streets of Athens signals the death of the diligently composed identity of an artist

BY Kathryn O'Regan |

On the occasion of his new book Catastrophe Time!, Gary Zhexi Zhang questions how we make sense of our era when history seems to speed by us

BY Gary Zhexi Zhang |

In essays covering Samuel Beckett to Tacita Dean, the writer reflects on irresistible artworks

BY Bailey Trela |

A new book by Ian Penman grapples with the filmmaker’s gargantuan appetites, impossible productivity and heartbreaking melancholy

BY John Douglas Millar |

In the author's newly translated novel, an unnamed protagonist faces the limits and freedoms granted through speech

BY Laura McLean-Ferris |

From César Aira’s visions of ancient Rome to a posthumous collection of strange tales by Izumi Suzuki, the frieze team selects the books they’re reading this season

BY frieze |

Polly Barton’s candid interviews question the interpersonal dynamics – shame, embarrassment, jealousy, ethics – of pornography

BY Houman Barekat |

Ahead of the release of his new book Land Sickness, the author shares the books that have inspired him

BY Nikolaj Schultz |

In 'Topographies: Aerial Surveys of the American Landscape', the photographer uses drones to shift his perspective, capturing the country from the air

BY Jonah Goldman Kay |

Set in 1960s New York, the author's debut novel looks at who is given a voice, as well as satirizing the concept of work as a cure for alienation 

BY Leila Sackur |

From the science fiction of N.K. Jemisin to the final essays of Janet Malcolm, members of the frieze team select the books they’re most excited about this season

BY frieze |