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Olivia Laing and Katherine Angel: Everybody

Everybody has a body, a source of both pleasure and pain. In her latest book Everybody (Picador)...

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Isobel Wohl and Lauren Elkin: Cold New Climate

Described by Claire Louise Bennett as ‘lithe and ambitious’ and by Toby Litt as...

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Jacqueline Rose and Jude Kelly: On Violence and On Violence Against Women

Throughout her career and across her many books Jacqueline Rose has been teasing out the...

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Helen Mort and Dan Richards: No Map Could Show Them

Helen Mort and Dan Richards were at the shop to talk about poetry and mountaineering. Mort read...

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Carrie Brownstein and Lavinia Greenlaw: Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl

Carrie Brownstein was at the shop to discuss her book, Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl, with...

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Katherine Angel & Olivia Laing: Tomorrow Sex Will Be Good Again

In Tomorrow Sex Will Be Good Again (Verso)—spanning science and popular culture;...

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Chris Power and Alex Clark: A Lonely Man

Chris Power’s first novel A Lonely Man (Faber) is a powerful, menacing exploration of the...

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Rebecca Solnit and Mary Beard: ‘Recollections of My Nonexistence’

Beginning in San Francisco in 1981, the era of punk and nascent gay pride, Rebecca Solnit’s...

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Rachel Kushner and Hal Foster: The Hard Crowd

Already well-known for her novels – Telex from Cuba, The Flamethrowers, The...

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Joshua Cohen and Jon Day: Moving Kings

Joshua Cohen, one of Granta magazines ‘Best Young American Writers’ for 2017, was at...

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John Boughton and Owen Hatherley: Municipal Dreams

From this 2018 event: In Municipal Dreams (Verso), John Boughton charts the often...

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Comic Timing: Holly Pester, Vahni Capildeo and Rachael Allen

Holly Pester\'s debut collection, Comic Timing (Granta), is disorienting, radical and...

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Paul Spooner and Rosemary Hill: Cabaret Mechanical Theatre

Having an engineer as a father and an art school education, Paul Spooner became, predictably, a...

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Patricia Lockwood and John Lanchester: No One Is Talking About This

Patricia Lockwood was in conversation about her new book, No One Is Talking About This (and a lot...

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On Brigid Brophy: Bidisha, Terry Castle and Eley Williams

Brigid Brophy (1929-95) was a fearlessly original novelist, essayist, critic and political...

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Lauren Oyler and Olivia Sudjic: Fake Accounts

Lauren Oyler was talking abou her first novel, Fake Accounts, with the writer Olivia Sudjic, who...

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André Aciman and Brian Dillon: Homo Irrealis

André Aciman talked to Brian Dillon about his latest book, Homo Irrealis (Faber and Faber), a...

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‘The Lark Ascending’: Richard King and Luke Turner

In The Lark Ascending (Faber) Richard King, author of Original...

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Hal Foster and Mark Godfrey: On Richard Serra

In his book Conversations About Sculpture (Yale) art historian Hal Foster recapitulates the...

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