Many of these links have been tweeted in the past, but here I can tag and categorise them for future reference. I hope you find some of them interesting too. Please feel free to discuss in comments or on Twitter.
Sophie Calle: stalker, stripper, sleeper, spy - From following a stranger to Venice to burying her mother’s jewellery at the north pole, Sophie Calle is France’s foremost artist of the unexpected.
Sophie Calle: Detail from Take Care of Yourself (2007).
Violette Editions: Sophie Calle’s Double Game, which takes the form of a double jeu, a ‘double game’, between the work of Sophie Calle and the fiction of Paul Auster.
Sub Rosa post: The unconventional world of Mary Ruefle.
The Art of Memory post: Pictures of Gerhard Richter’s Atlas.
Stephen Mitchelmore essay: Looking and Looking Away – WG Sebald’s fiction and On the Natural History of Destruction.
In lieu of a field guide post: Vila-Matas’s lecture novel (A review of Never Any End to Paris).
Javier Marías essay: The Hero’s Dreadful Fate (The decline of Westerns).
Guardian review: Introduction to Antiphilosophy by Boris Groys - An electrifying set of essays on continental thinkers.
Logos essay (Stephen Eric Bronner): Modernism, Surrealism, and the Political Imaginary.
In lieu of a field guide post: Woman in the Dunes (directed by Teshigahara Hiroshi).
London Cross – A straight line walk across London: If you walk across a great city such as London in two straight lines, south to north and east to west – a cross-section – what do you find?