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Crimes of Space

Eyal Weizman & Rana Dasgupta

‘Architecture can be employed as a form of violence and violation.’

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Saskia Vogel & Jen Calleja

‘Narrative is control, dominance, purposeful withholding, flirting’

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Kathryn Scanlan & Kate Zambreno

‘When a day is not structured by appointments, meetings, driving to work, taking lunch, driving home, shopping (i.e. capitalism), its soft, loose (wild?) shapelessness becomes apparent.’

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Jenny Offill & Mark O'Connell

‘This isn’t the end of the world. It’s history going about its business. This isn’t the last apocalypse by a long shot.’

Interview

Jon Fosse

‘To me writing is a kind of listening. I don’t know what I am listening to, but I am listening!’

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Morgan Parker & Rachel Long

‘I’m not like, it’s slavery’s fault I’m single, but also I’m like, it is slavery’s fault I’m single’

Interview

Teju Cole

‘What is this elsewhere that one is longing to be in? Part of the answer to this question, for me, is Switzerland.’

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Fernanda Melchor & Sophie Hughes

‘It’s easy to forget the power of words in an era ruled by profuse, beautiful and entrancing images.’

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Eimear McBride

‘Spending time in a place in which you have no personal stake breeds a peculiar kind of contemplativeness.’

Interview

Raymond Antrobus

An interview with the 2019 Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year.

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Robert Macfarlane & Adam Scovell

‘Travelling into the Ness for the first time was exactly like Andrei Tarkovsky’s Stalker

Robert Macfarlane in conversation with Adam Scovell.

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Joanna Kavenna & Peter Pomerantsev

‘We are real in an unreal reality, which we’re told is really real and that we’re actually unreal.’

Interview

Constantia Soteriou

We talk to the winner of the 2019 Commonwealth Short Story Prize.

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Elvia Wilk & Leah Dieterich

‘Dystopia is always already here, and so is utopia. What does it mean to accept that we're already living in both?’