Fiction

Camille Blatrix, Fortune, 2019, detail of installation view at Lafayette Anticipations, Paris, 2019. Courtesy: the artist, Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York and Balice Hertling, Paris. Photo: Pierre Antoine

In a new short story, Huw Lemmey responds to the themes of Camille Blatrix’s BMW Open Work project

By Huw Lemmey

Our lives – like menus – are an assortment of so-called ‘choices’

By Lynne Tillman

Remembering a poet who helped define a generation of American writers through his love of gossip, sex and art 

By Andrew Durbin

An event at Somerset House to launch Ignota Press’ first book, the anthology: Spells: 21st-Century Occult Poetry

By Philomena Epps
Talks
Alexander Chee. Courtesy: M. Sharkey

Friday 5 October at 12:30pm

 Charles White, Sound of Silence, 1978, colour lithograph on paper, 64 × 90 cm. Courtesy: © The Charles White Archives Inc and the Art Institute of Chicago

A short story by novelist Wayétu Moore in response to Charles White

By Wayétu Moore

Andrew Durbin on Some Trick, an experimental collection steeped in the author's knowledge of classics and mathematics

By Andrew Durbin

The long-overdue publication of Susan Sontag's collected short fiction 

By Jerome Boyd-Maunsell

The books that have influenced Man Booker International Prize winner Han Kang 

By Han Kang

Could online communication provide a new model for contemporary writing? Patrick Langley on two debut novels from George Saunders and Samanta Schweblin

By Patrick Langley

From Atatürk and Turkish nationalism in art to the enduring creepiness of Bruce Conner: what to read this weekend

By Paul Clinton