Tag: Reed Cooley
Xiaolu Guo: Why Do We Still Pretend We Are Free?January 2014
Free Expression: The writer and filmmaker on her encounters with commercial censorship.
Robyn Creswell: Arabic Rhetoric Gets an Acid BathMarch 2013
The Paris Review editor on his new translation of That Smell by Sonallah Ibrahim.
James Arthur: Against SonglessnessMarch 2013
An interview with the poet on his debut collection Charms Against Lightning.
Justin Mortimer: Contorted ViewJanuary 2013
Reed Cooley speaks with the artist on his recent exhibition at Haunch of Venison’s Chelsea gallery.
Joel Kovel and Quincy Saul: Apocalypse and Revelation Are the Same WordDecember 2012
The founders of Ecosocialist Horizons discuss climate change, the collapse of capitalism, and building a new world in the shell of the old.
C.D. Wright: The Obstacle Worth EngagingDecember 2012
The poet C.D. Wright discusses book-length works, the political in art, and more.