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LiteratureNovember 28, 2023
The Gothic for the Girls

The cult filmmaker turns her attention to a new medium with her debut novel, “Bluebeard’s Castle”, delivering a fresh expression of the Gothic genre.

Literature - MusicOctober 24, 2023
Live and Direct

Brontez Purnell, Oakland’s punky, queer poet laureate steps out once more with latest album, “No Jack Swing,” an iridescent offering from a pop genius.

LiteratureSeptember 05, 2023
Everyday hero

The bestselling, award winning author of “The Young Team” discusses realism, representation, and being a student of his own life.

LiteratureJuly 14, 2023
Moment by moment

From the pages of Vogue to this summer's most eagerly anticipated debut novel, the author talks debate, internet culture, and living up to the hype.

LiteratureJuly 13, 2023
Shades of morality

The internationally-bestselling author discusses her brand-new novel “Ordinary Human Failings”, one of this summer’s most highly-anticipated releases.

LiteratureMarch 06, 2023
A constant happiness

The author of the glittering debut novel “Cleopatra and Frankenstein” talks community, perseverance, and doting on Donna Tartt.

LiteratureMarch 01, 2023
A digital love affair

The American poet’s latest collection “Closer Baby Closer” provides a range of meditations on modern intimacy in all its uncomfortably sticky glory.

Literature - ArtJanuary 02, 2023
A deadpan sensibility

The British artist’s newest book, “Get Your Shit Together,” provides a compendium of his prolific work subverting the mundane through heavy satire.

Literature - Events - ActivismDecember 27, 2022
Rethinking identity and recreating our lost realities

The event celebrated its second edition with the current names of queer literature written in Spanish that took London as a safe space for a week.

Literature - Mags - ActivismNovember 21, 2022
Taking up space

The editor-in-chief of the print zine Polyester and author of “Poor Little Sick Girls” talks to us about what it means to have faith in your own bad taste.

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