The renegade filmmaker on embracing weirdness, breaking taboos and taking acid in your seventies.
In her groundbreaking new book, Three Women, the author explores the darkest depths of feminine desire – as well as the shame that comes with it.
In her latest book, Meat Market, the author and activist shines a light on the darkest corners of the sartorial world.
The groundbreaking author of Paul Takes The Form of a Mortal Girl talks about writing, activism, and their experiences growing up queer.
Writer Daisy Jones pays tribute to the musician’s 2010 memoir, and the lessons it teaches about knowledge, pleasure and fulfilment.
The bestselling author of The Hate U Give talks rage, resistance, and the political power of hip hop.
Writer Lauren O’Neill reflects on the rhythm and soul of Jack Kerouac’s 1957 novel, and its eventual reclamation as a soft-boi classic.
In a new column, the world’s most exciting writers share the books that had the biggest influence on their life. This week, it’s Luke Turner on Derek Jarman.
In a new column, the world’s most exciting writers share the books that had the biggest influence on their life.
Jason Reynolds didn't read a book until he was almost 18. At 35, his prolific run of best-sellers are inspiring new generations to reimagine their future.
From Audre Lorde to Leonora Carrington, Silver Press is the London publishing house uncovering forgotten feminist gems.
Call Me By Your Name author André Aciman talks to Megan Nolan about love, sexuality, and the power of the written word.