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.
New Inquiry review of Anne Carson’s Antigonick.
Yale Books: Extract from Joseph Brodsky: A Literary Life,
Lens Culture: Interrogations: terrifying real-life photographs from Ukraine.
In lieu of a field guide post: Snow Country by Kawabata Yasunari – “The novel suggests that both the purity of art and the ability to master one’s self can be derived from and conditioned by nature.”
Flowerville post: solstad/monikova: same but different.
Derek Jarman’s film, Jubilee (1978 / Full)
One of the richest resources I’ve found. I’d heard rumours that these existed but they were surprisingly hard to track down. Download PDFs of out-of-print Loeb Greek and Roman classics.
Notes Towards a Theory of the Literary Magazine: Part One, The Textual Condition.
Lebanese artist, Zena Assi’s work brought to life in animation.
Prabuddha Dasgupta is a favourite photographer, whose work I got to know, I think, through Geoff Dyer. “An ongoing journal of memory and experience, based on the everyday… family, friendships, places known, spaces occupied, journeys remembered…revolving around the core of a pivotal love affair.”
Geoff Dyer writes about his favourite Hitchcock film: The Birds.