An interview with author Sophie McCreesh.
Rachel Cusk's latest novel is about artists, patrons and the shifting balance of power between the two.
An interview with filmmaker and writer Celeste Bell.
Torrey Peters' new novel shows us a trans community that is neurotic, loving, protective, mean and melodramatic.
In those early days in China, I had no idea the sheer heights to which events would escalate, but looking back, that initial chaos I experienced sure was a good premonition.
Keah Hansen charts the uncertain future of astrology.
From Macdonald to Maisonneuve, colonial monuments dominate the city's public spaces.
"Often curators are very much in the background. People don't know what they're doing all the time and the crazy things that happen to get a show up."
For the past year, lion cages and tiger enclosures—home to a dozen or so cats—have been the source of low-level psychic torture for ...
There are days where deafening, silent rage seethes in me, leaving no room to doubt its legitimacy.
"It's just such a relief to know you're not alone. Fear feels so isolating, and it can feel so embarrassing."
"For me, the artist’s life is first and foremost about encounters."
"My instincts really are that people, on the whole, when there’s a crisis, behave with goodwill and social responsibility."
An interview with the author of Adventures in Bubbles and Brine.
"I saw the possibility of reporting from a place where others had been, but had left silently."
"I’ve learned from beauty the possibility of ruptures, the possibility of contradiction, the possibility of attentiveness."
Commissioning classical music from living rooms, balconies and backyards.
"I still remember the smell of diving into the dish pit at Misto, where I worked."
It's never been clearer that natural hair salons offer more than haircuts.
An interview with the writer and #booklook contributor.