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A statistician and a novelist on the links between dataviz and storytelling

BY Helen DeWitt AND Andrew Gelman | 03 JUL 20

Renowned poet Joan Retallack reads Adnan’s poetry

BY Joan Retallack | 25 JUN 20

Recent events have shown how deeply our lives are enmeshed with those of others – with the potential for both support and harm

BY Nisha Ramayya | 18 JUN 20

A bleak tale of a girl raised in isolation, ‘I Who Have Never Known Men’ takes on new meaning amidst the current wave of lockdown narratives

BY Haley Mlotek | 08 JUN 20

Before Twitter, Félix Fénéon’s daily ‘novels in three lines’ made a literary art form of current affairs

BY Francesca Wade | 22 MAY 20

The critic’s folksy guide, How to Be an Artist, includes some valuable insight on the creative process 

BY Dan Fox | 29 APR 20

The novelist and poet Robert Glück revisits dream journals left by his late partner, the painter Ed Aulerich-Sugai, whose life was cut short by HIV in the early 1990s 

BY Robert Glück | 14 APR 20

Juliet Jacques speaks to the pioneering writer and theorist about her new book, ‘Reverse Cowgirl’, an ‘auto-ethnography’ of the self

BY Juliet Jacques | 06 APR 20

The translator of the Nobel Literature Prize winner on jet lag, death threats and insomnia in Poland

BY Jennifer Croft | 26 FEB 20

Learning to survive a jittering feed of survivalist pro tips and transhumanist dreck

BY Brian Dillon | 12 FEB 20

‘An Apartment on Uranus’ is about horizons, possibilities, love, desire and alternate spaces of gender-dwelling, written in a time, as the foreword puts it, ‘that has not yet arrived’

BY Bryony White | 17 JAN 20

The most remarkable thing about ‘The Mysterious Correspondent’ is the way it deals directly with gay and lesbian characters

BY Aaron Peck | 28 NOV 19

Awarding the Nobel to a Milosevic apologist, splitting the Booker Prize, and the death of the Western canon’s most ardent defender: what is the political function of literary culture today?

BY Helen Charman | 08 NOV 19

Radical feminist Valerie Solanas is the ambivalent guiding force in Chu’s debut book Females

BY Bryony White | 07 NOV 19

In ‘All That Beauty’, it’s not a matter of seeing better, or more clearly; it’s a matter of seeing more widely and wildly

BY Steven Zultanski | 30 OCT 19

In the Dream House grapples with the ‘bad PR’ of an abusive queer relationship

BY Bryony White | 09 OCT 19

The newly reissued novel maps the intimate spatial connections between fascism and patriarchy in postwar Austria

BY Matthew Turner | 16 SEP 19