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Deborah Levy is a novelist, playwright and poet. Her most recent novel, The Man Who Saw Everything, is published in paperback by Penguin on 2 April
The idea is that you can swelter in a log-fired cabin and then dive into the freezing sea. Something to look forward to.
The godmother of rock’n’roll is my role model for middle age, old age and any age.
Surrealism, strikers on the streets and viral anxiety in the French capital.
As I try to relax on the Greek island, which is romantically haunted by Cohen and Marianne Ihlen, I am yet further haunted by one of Beckett's letters, and by grammar.
A trip to Barcelona, on a hot summer day, sparks thoughts on Orwell, nationalism and a shellfish lunch with an old lover.
Sketches from the French capital, in the first of Deborah Levy's new series of travelogues for the NS.
Deborah Levy visits Frida Kahlo: Making Her Self Up at the V&A.
From the Long Players series: writers on their most cherished albums.
Thank God Paul Morley’s The Age of Bowie doesn't try to be an objective, sensible biography.