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Reynaldo Rivera is an artist from Mexicali, Mexico, who now lives in Los Angeles, where he documents the ongoing relationship between the city and its people.
Chris Kraus is the author of four novels, including I Love Dick and Summer of Hate, and two books of cultural criticism.
‘There was a division in his mind: home was Manchester; work was London, LA, Lagos.’ Fiction from Okechukwu Nzelu.
‘The picture of a postcard is a geograft, a scion of a place thrust into the life of a resident of somewhere else.’ Jennifer Croft on graffiti and the history of the postcard.
‘It was new, that heat coming off of him, a person seeing you naked and wanting to see you again, the next day, clothed. It was definitely the beginning of something.’ New fiction from Amy Silverberg.
‘The hard thing, as Alice saw it, was that something bad had happened to her and it was private and then it wasn’t.’
‘I’d never been in a room full of black people unrelated to me before.’
‘But what is an unencumbered gaze? And where does it begin to see?’ Esther Kinsky introduces a photoessay by Muhammad Salah.
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