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EVENT: Ben Lerner at the RCA published 01/10/2016

Ben Lerner at the RCA

At 18.30 on Monday 10 October, Hatred of Poetry author Ben Lerner makes a rare London appearance at the Royal College of Art’s Kensington campus.

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NY Art Book Fair Events: The Classroom Maija Timonen And Lizzie Homersham published 10/09/2016

SUNDAY, 18 SEPTEMBER 1–2PM ‘There is a certain economy to relationships, one reflected in the language that often surrounds talking about them. Lets call it emonomics. People talk about “investing” in relationships, cutting their losses, also the word “value” (multifaceted as it is) features heavily in all sorts of self-helpish communications. When people consider their […]

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Turning Blue published 07/09/2016

Benjamin Myers has made a short film to accompany his new novel Turning Blue. Described by author Cathi Unsworth as “a queasily compulsive evocation of a wild and brutal Yorkshire landscape, informed and haunted in equal measure by the shades of Jimmy Savile and his monstrous deeds and the East Riding’s lost boy of crime […]

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EVENT: Lital Khaikin, Camilo Roldán & JD Larson at Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop published 04/09/2016

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Black Sun Lit and Berl’s Brooklyn Poetry Shop present Lital Khaikin, Camilo Roldán & JD Larson.

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Will Carruthers: in conversation published 02/09/2016

Rough Trade East, London E1 Wednesday September 21, 7:00pm In support of his forthcoming memoir, Playing The Bass With Three Hands, published by Faber & Faber on September 1st, author Will Carruthers will be appearing in conversation about his chequered career, which has frequently veered from the sublime to the ridiculous and rarely lacking a […]

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George DuBose published 01/09/2016

George DuBose Madonna XI George DuBose, b 1951, Morocco. Lives and works in Cologne. Photographer and graphic designer. George DuBose has photographed and designed more than 300 album and single covers for artists such as The Ramones, Kid Creole and The Coconuts, XCLAN, RunDMC and Melissa Etheridge. More than 50 projects he was involved in […]

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Artistic Differences published 31/08/2016

It’s The Buzz, Cock! By Linder (2015), Courtesy of Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London Artistic Differences 29 Jun 2016 – 4 Sep 2016 Entry with Day Membership To coincide with the Lower Gallery exhibition Judy Blame: Never Again (29 June – 4 September 2016), which features designer Judy Blame’s work since the 1980s, Artistic Differences in […]

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Monsieur de Bougrelon published 30/08/2016

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Spurl Editions is pleased to announce the November 1, 2016, release of the novel Monsieur de Bougrelon by Jean Lorrain translated by Eva Richter “I am taking you to the brothel, Messieurs,” declared the old puppet, “but the brothel of memories. There you will submit, and with the sharpest desire, to women […]

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The Candidate published

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The inside story of Jeremy Corbyn’s extraordinary ascent to leadership of the British Labour Party A lifelong and outspoken socialist, Jeremy Corbyn only managed to get on last year’s ballot for the leadership of the Labour Party after his supporters begged for nominations from MPs who subsequently declined to vote for him. He did so […]

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Sleepless published 26/08/2016

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Analogue present Sleepless Thursday 1 – Wednesday 14 September at Shoreditch Town Hall A woman lies awake. Pupils like pinpricks, skin saturated in sweat, the odd jerk of a muscle. She hasn’t slept for 3 months. She knows what is happening to her and there’s nothing she can do. Sleepless is inspired by the true […]

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