Ianthe Ruthven is a photographer with a particular interest in landscape, architecture and interiors.
‘Never was a man so deep in thought.’ An extract from Mark Blacklock’s new novel.
‘My hands are cupped around the names written on the tablets of stone.’
‘For European thinkers, defining things has always been a serious hobby.’ Jaan Kaplinski on Europe.
Two women working shifts in a train station make a connection in this short story translated from the German by Katy Derbyshire.
‘We think we see Georg Trakl in this last photograph but we do not see him.’
‘On the F train to Manhattan I emailed a friend in the UK. I said I couldn’t write my essay about Japan.’
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