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Matt Gaw's Under the Stars is part diary, part self-exploration, and part clarion call for change.
Director Sarah Gavron, writers Theresa Ikoko and Claire Wilson, and actors Bukky Bakray and Kosar Ali on how they made a story of contemporary sisterhood.
Instead of a grumpy comic monologue, Futile Attempts is a bold mix of documentary, fiction and meta-satire.
A new study of the destruction of knowledge explores how societies depend on fragile archives.
A new poem by Will Eaves
Kunzru’s Red Pill, Owens’ Spirit of Place, Kawakami’s Breasts and Eggs (translated by Sam Bett and David Boyd), and Roberts’ The War on the Uyghurs.
Misery is learning that, in 1930, I could have earned the equivalent of $2,130 for one lousy review.
The American poet talks Nina Simone, making art of grief, and the joy of writing.
I've started venturing out more, but already I hear the warning: we're not done yet.
While watching Romeo and Juliet recently, I struck upon an important horticultural truth.
It is time our major art institutions address the mucky business of money.