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Eileen Myles on getting a poem in the New Yorker [Frontpage] (1)
The diminishing returns of “productivity drugs” [Frontpage] (1)
The oppressive reality of Brexit-era London [Frontpage] (1)
Fred Moten in conversation with Wu Tsang [Frontpage] (1)
The world's first AI-composed song sounds a lot like indie rock [Frontpage] (2)
Tyler Coburn: Live Response to Franco “Bifo” Berardi's lecture “And: Phenomenology of the End” on September 30 [Frontpage] (12)
Walter Benjamin as storyteller [Frontpage] (1)
Who owns culture?: On cultural appropriation [Frontpage] (1)
The Met lays off 34 employees in attempt to correct budget deficit [Frontpage] (1)
Mexican Museum still figuring out who will curate it [Frontpage] (1)
Four possible futures [Frontpage] (1)
Wendy Vogel on Karin Schneider [Frontpage] (1)
Who cares about American power? [Frontpage] (1)
Resisting the commodification of motherhood and domesticity [Frontpage] (1)
McKenzie Wark on Chantal Mouffe and liberal democracy [Frontpage] (1)
Google digests 11,000 novels to improve AI conversation [Frontpage] (1)
On the trail of African migrant smugglers [Frontpage] (1)
Syrian poet Adonis: “Arab poetry has always been against God” [Frontpage] (1)
Amy De'Ath on Bhanu Kapil's "Ban en Banlieue" [Frontpage] (1)
Renowned Inuit artist Annie Pootoogook found dead in Ottawa under suspicious circumstances [Frontpage] (1)
Jacques Derrida on American attitude [Frontpage] (7)
The Battle of Algiers at 50 [Frontpage] (1)
Claudia Rankine to found the "Racial Imaginary Institute" [Frontpage] (1)
What do we see when we look at travel photography? [Frontpage] (1)
New African American museum in Washington, DC "is at once triumphant and crushing" [Frontpage] (1)
Three independent publishers worth your time (and money) [Frontpage] (1)
The art and style of Greg Tate [Frontpage] (1)
Ulay awarded €250,000 in back royalties from Marina Abramović by Dutch court [Frontpage] (1)
Spheres of Estrangement: Franco "Bifo" Berardi in conversation with Penny Rafferty at Oncurating [Open Forum] (3)
Nobody captures the "unparalleled shittiness of our times" better than writer Antoine Volodine [Frontpage] (1)