Juliet Jacques is a freelance journalist and writer who covers gender, sexuality, literature, film, art and football. Her writing can be found on her blog at and she can be contacted on Twitter @julietjacques.

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Juliet Jacques
16 May 2013
McKenzie Wark’s new book, The Spectacle of Disintegration, picks up where his last, The Beach Beneath the Street...
Juliet Jacques
25 March 2013
Some thoughts on their relationship in 2013.
Juliet Jacques
18 March 2013
Neil McKenna’s book revisits one of Victorian Britain’s most explosive trials.
Juliet Jacques
12 March 2013
An innovative "memoir" reassesses the place of women in modern literature.
Juliet Jacques
25 February 2013
The "experimental" author remembered as more than a novelist.
Juliet Jacques
04 February 2013
An interview with the cult author about Exodus, the final novel in his trilogy about philosophy and writing.
Juliet Jacques
16 January 2013
If in doubt, ask (politely).
Juliet Jacques
13 January 2013
Ten silent films you may not have seen
Juliet Jacques
26 November 2012
Only ten minutes long, Hans Namuth’s film of Jackson Pollock painting caused a major crisis of confidence for the...
Juliet Jacques
13 November 2012
Why reissue Lissagaray’s history now?
Juliet Jacques
25 October 2012
Juliet Jacques explores the complexities of "confessional" journalism.
Juliet Jacques
17 September 2012
I wanted to interview Marina Abramović. I say “interview”: I wanted to recreate the scenario where the...
Juliet Jacques
30 August 2012
Recently, I’ve been struck by former Norwich City and Leicester footballer Darren Eadie’s revelation of his...
Juliet Jacques
24 August 2012
Non-conformist queer perspectives offer radical alternatives to notions of "success".
Juliet Jacques
30 July 2012
Leeds United’s title win of 1992 was the last of its kind in many ways.

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