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What the Whole Thing is About

Caleb Crain. Rev. of Memory Theater, by Simon Critchley. The New York Times 16 December 2015

… In “The Phenomenology of Spirit,” Hegel imagined history as a long, bloody drama acted out by the spirit of history, which played all the characters. 117 more words

Andrew Gallix

'A Formidable Etiquette' on 3:AM Magazine

A short extract from a flash novella I’m currently working on  (titled Villain Miriam, for the moment)  is up on 3:AM Magazine today:

A woman in grey, a woman, yes.

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Book launched, reviewed

Thank you to the brilliant bookartbookshop for hosting the launch of “Shklovsky’s Zoo” by Joanna Walsh, the 29th title from my artists’ book imprint… 146 more words

Tony White

Corner of the World

The experimental work I posted about not too long ago not only has a name now, “corner of the world,” it was published (!) by… 445 more words

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On 'Eight questions for Gerald Murnane'

My interview with Gerald Murnane is now up at 3:AM Magazine. My introduction will hopefully go some way in telling the story of how this came together. 42 more words


K.D.'s 'Headless'

My review of this strange and not entirely convincing mystery novel-cum-experimental art project is up on 3:AM Magazine. You can read it here.


Down the Tubes

Boyd Tonkin, “The Week in Books,” The Independent 14 July 2012

When a dodgy server pulls the literary plug

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about Andrew Blum’s eye-opening book… 109 more words

Andrew Gallix