Jesse Ball is an author, poet, artist and lucid dreaming instructor based in Chicago. Ross Simonini talked to him about his new novel, The Curfew, ‘writing as a performance’, and the importance of both clarity and deception in story-telling
'What writing has most influenced the way you think about art?' Writers, artists and curators reveal the often surprising literary influences – from Theodor W. Adorno to Lester Bangs, Gertrude Stein and P.G. Wodehouse – that have shaped their thinking.