Date of publication: 2017-09-05 20:50
Our August-September edition, published over the course of several weeks, features interviews with artists Marnie Weber and Cornelia Parker new fiction by Andrew Gallix, Patrick Langley and German novelist Clemens Meyer (translated by Katy Derbyshire) and poems by Rikuda Potash, Michael Earl Craig and Joshua Trotter.
Lastly, you can read an excerpt from Panty , the first novel from Tilted Axis Press , a not-for-profit press based in south London. Panty , written by Sangeeta Bandyopadhyay (translated from Bengali by Arunava Sinha), paints a fraught picture of gender and sexuality in contemporary India. The novel is out next month.
In this month’s online issue, the first to be published since the conclusion of our successful fundraising campaign (thank you!) we’re very pleased to bring you a typically diverse collection of fiction, essays, art and interviews, free for your reading pleasure.
To accompany the next instalment of White Screen – the artist’s film and new writing initiative we’ve undertaken in collaboration with Film and Video Umbrella – we also publish an interview with French artist Marine Hugonnier, touching upon issue of conflict, cartography, surveillance and the way we engage with images today.
We 8767 re delighted to be unveiling our latest online issue today, featuring an interview with Irish artist Gerard Byrne. His latest work, currently on show at Mead Gallery at the Warwick Arts Centre, takes as a starting point a large-scale nineteenth-century diorama in a half-forgotten natural history museum in Sweden, which depicts the Nordic wilderness in 8D fantasy form, with painted oceans, papier-mâché cliffs and taxidermied birds.
Also in this issue, a manifesto against cuts to the Arts Council by Charles Boyle, publisher of CB Editions an interview with Alison Klayman on filming Ai Wei Wei: Never Sorry a short piece on why he writes by Gavin James Bower and an interview with Desmond Hogan, 8766 probably the most famous Irish writer you 8767 ve never heard of 8767 .
To celebrate the launch of the newest APS journal, Physical Review Materials , Physics presents a collection of stories that highlight results from materials research published in APS journals over the past decade.
First up, we bring you 8766 Techno-Primitivism 8767 , a collaboration between David Trotter and Vanessa Hodgkinson ( 8766 a critic 8767 s encounter with work by an artist who had encountered some of his ideas 8767 ) on achieving art and progress and literature in engaging with the past. We 8767 re also thrilled to publish an interview with Darian Leader, in which he talks about Lacanian psychoanalysis, his writing career, the Mona Lisa, Big Pharma, and much more.
This March we feature an essay on the artist Gabriel Orozco, on the occasion of his Tate Modern show new fiction by Jesse Loncraine an interview with Booker Prize-winner DBC Pierre and photos from the Trafalgar Square protest by Cosmo Hildyard.
Our November online issue features Lars Iyer 8767 s controversial essay on the death of literature, 8766 Nude in Your Hot Tub, Facing the Abyss (A Literary Manifesto after the End of Literature and Manifestos) 8767 . We also publish an interview with Margaret Jull Costa new fiction by Olivia Heal a short piece on Occupy Oakland and new poetry by Elyse Fenton, Eoghan Walls and James Brookes.
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It features a delightful exchange with writer Wayne Koestenbaum on the humiliations of the writing life ( 8766 Writing for me involves anguish, ecstasy, yes – and also frustration, disappointment, horror, embarrassment. I subject myself to inward Karajanesque ferocious coaching a sadistic répétiteur, I prod myself until the larynx opens. 8767 ) Koestenbaum, echoing his 8766 Legend 8767 column, also indulges in some ekphrasis, commenting on a series of images including 8766 Nico and Andy Warhol as Batman and Robin 8767 .