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A new show at David Zwirner’s London gallery marks the first time Frank Walter’s work has been featured in a solo presentation in the city.
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Bud Smith, Jordan Castro, Honor Levy, and Sean Thor Conroe remember the Tyrant Books founder, who died this past week at the age of forty-seven.
Our monthly column Feminize Your Canon explores the lives of underrated and underread female authors.
Photo © Olivier Roller (detail); Manuscript image courtesy of Galaxia Gutenberg
The writing of Enrique Vila-Matas is marked by a dazzling array of quotation, plagiarism, frames, self-plagiarism, digressions and meta-digressions: an intense and witty textual delirium that has made him one of the most original and celebrated writers in the Spanish language. Born in Barcelona in 1948, he published his first novel—a single, sternly uninterrupted sentence—in 1973. Continuing his fidelity to …
This week, we’ve lowered the paywall on Elizabeth Bishop’s Art of Poetry interview, a poem by Ishmael Reed, and a poem by Pablo Neruda.
Cooking up recipes drawn from the works of various writers.
Toni Morrison, Philip Roth, Jason Alexander, Charlotte Rampling, Danez Smith, Sarah Manguso, Salman Rushdie, Molly Ringwald, Jenny Slate, Devendra Banhart, and more
This spring, with the world still in on-again, off-again lockdown, our memories of seasons past grow sweeter. The California-based artist Paige Jiyoung Moon makes a practice of recording her memories in paint.