Weekly Round-Up (28 Nov 2016)

Curating some of the best recent links across literature, philosophy, and the arts


This is the fourteenth in a series that brings together the articles, reviews, interviews and miscellany that has caught my eye over the past seven days. Including: Toni Morrison offers her take on the US election; a new edition of Barthes Studies hits the virtual shelves (free-of-charge); and a look at poet Arthur Rimbaud’s little-known work behind the camera. Take a look, and feel free to share!

Literature, Poetry, Theatre

Art, Design, Photography

Philosophy & Theory


  • Kate Bush‘s first shows in 35 years, “designed as a live piece of theater,” will be released as a live album
  • Keith Jarrett talks with Alyn Shipton about the highlights of his recording career
  • Jazz Great Charlie Haden‘s music takes on even greater relevance today…

Film & TV

News & Politics


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