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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

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

A new publishing project misunderstands the anti-patriarchal motivations behind historical pen names

BY Rosanna McLaughlin | 28 AUG 20

Revisiting the author’s prescient 'manifesto for a fair fight' - first published as an essay in 2014 - now out as a full-length book

BY Haley Mlotek | 25 AUG 20

The author of Glitch Feminism on correcting the cyberfeminist canon, the Black trauma at the root of memes and why online space is still ‘real’

BY Momtaza Mehri | 19 AUG 20

In the author’s debut novel, ‘the threat of a sharp edge is on every page’ 

BY Haley Mlotek | 15 JUL 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

‘Death in Her Hands’ toys with the conventions of crime fiction in ways that are often heavy-handed 

BY ​Tyler Patterson | 22 APR 20

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

BY Brian Dillon | 12 FEB 20

Green unpleasant land? As the UK braces for election week, it might be time to abandon the myth of Englishness

BY Adam Harper | 10 DEC 19

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

‘Walking alone, he denied himself short-cuts in exemplary style’

BY Cal Revely-Calder | 25 OCT 19

The prolific Polish writer has a complicated relationship to nationality

BY Helen Charman | 16 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