we speak to the author behind ‘red tory: my corbyn chemsex hell’ — a satirical slice of pro-communist erotic fan fiction
Huw Lemmey discusses his latest piece of political pornography, a novel that attacks the centrism miring UK and European politics and the co-optation and corporatisation of LGBT+ agendas.
carlos reyes is exploring the pasolini archive
A new exhibition at London's Arcadia Missa is examining the revolutionary film-maker's place in today's cultural landscape.
we speak to the artists behind the ICA's new exhibition, looks
Looks is a major group exhibition that opens at London’s ICA today. Featuring the work of five international artists - Wu Tsang, Juliette Bonneviot, Stewart Uoo, Morag Keil and Andrea Crespo - it recalls an 80s era of identity politics and its artistic...
holly childs and the art of turning web language into fiction
The Australian writer’s new book re-imagines the novel for the 21st century in a thrilling mix of poetry, prose and social media stream-of-consciousness.