Reviews and Essays

Reviews and essays I’ve written elsewhere:

Dawn of a Literary Friendship at The American Scholar

Reconsidering Thomas Williams at PIF Magazine

Andre Aciman’s Alibis, at The Millions

Rosamond Bernier’s Some of My Lives at The Rumpus

David Shrigley’s What the Hell are you Doing? at The Rumpus

Englishman in New York at More Intelligent Life

The End of an Era: On Bookseller Peter Howard at Fine Books and Collections

Richard Seaver’s The Tender Hour of Twilight at The American Scholar

George Simenon’s NYRB Classics rereleases at Open Letters Monthly

John Sutherland’s The Lives of the Novelists at Book Beast

On Ferran Adria at the LA Review of Books

Laszlo Krasznahorkai’s Satantango at Book Beast

Nick Ripatrazone’s Oblations at The Journal

David Goodis’s Library of America reissue at the LA Review of Books

Photographer Jim Mortram at Photomonitor

My Lunches with Orson at Bright Lights Film Journal

Henry Jaglom and Orson Welles on Screen at Pretty Clever Films

Alexander Maksik’s A Marker to Measure Drift at The Millions

Losing Iain Banks at The Millions

Dream River by Bill Callahan at Spectrum Culture

The Braddocks by Agnes Bolt at The Art Book Review

Prayer of the Woods by Tony Dekker at Spectrum Culture

Let’s Be Still by The Head and The Heart at Spectrum Culture

Born with the Caul by Cian Nugent and the Cosmos at Spectrum Culture

Magnolia Electric Co. 10th Anniversary Deluxe Edition at Spectrum Culture

Balthus: Cats and Girls at The Art Book Review

Lucian Freud at The Art Book Review

In Time of Plague at The Poetry Foundation

On Rosemarie Beck’s Letters to a Young Painter at American Arts Quarterly

On Silent Film Publicity at The Economist

On Eugene Atget’s photographs at The Economist

Anticipating doom: what can László Krasznahorkai’s novels tell us about the refugee crisis? – at Calvert Journal [Italian translation at]

A Reading List Against All Borders at Grafias Magazine [Italian]

The Forgotten Minimalist – On Karma Gallery’s Robert Duran, 1968-1970 for Art & Object

It Starts with a Sketch – On Drawings @ Art & Object

How Stonewall Shaped Contemporary Art @ Art & Object

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