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Interview with Phil Harrison: Author of The First Day and Staunch Pats Fan
Deep inside the Gloucester Road apartment where the Cuban writer Guillermo Cabrera Infante resided from 1967 until his death in 2005, the visitor finds a majestic landscape.
Director Jenn Nkiru’s En Vogue, an experimental, high-concept, bold short film documenting the potent vitality of New York’s voguing and ballroom subculture, marked the arrival of an exciting new voice.
Ellie Broughton interviews US artist and filmmaker Lynn Hershman Leeson, who has two pieces on display at Ambika P3 as part of the exhibition CASEBOOKS.
Abbs’ powerful portrait of Lucia Joyce’s struggle to free her artistic passion for movement from her father’s shadow can’t fail to grip anyone with a dream in their head.
Emma Nuttall speaks to first-time author Annabel Fielding, who has a unique take on the historical novel.
When I first read this piece I immediately felt alert, tense, curious, invited to reread, to guess, to be bounced about like a pinball on a fast glittery ride.
LitroTV interviews contributor Seth Clabough on his debut novel All Things Await, available from Amazon, Barnes and Nobles and fine brick-and-mortar bookstores.
Here, there are spaces for everybody—you just need to realize what makes you different from the rest of the crowd and amplify it.
Melbourne writer Venita Munir interviews Calexico co-founder and drummer John Convertino.
“I think I usually write my way into things.”
We interview our cover artist this month, known for her works revolving around themes of power, masculinity and man’s relationship to nature.
“The only way theatre can interrogate our relationship with the digital world is by embracing the live-ness.”
In our society alcohol is socially acceptable, but if you had to take heroin in order to have sex, people would see that as toxic.