Hafsa Zayyan is Stormzy’s favourite new author
She won Merky Books’ New Writers prize with just a few chapters of her enrapturing debut, ‘We Are All Birds of Uganda’. The enlightening book is out now.
Novel Fake Accounts takes on internet lies and how we scam ourselves
The fiction debut by Lauren Oyler, the formidable literary critic known for taking down your faves, wants you to know you’re not a pawn of late-capitalist techno-dystopia.
Clem De Pressigny
Bear sex and gay stuff: i-D’s alt reading list for 2021
Calm the horrors of 2021 by digging into these books about BDSM and being Twitter famous.
10 beautiful photo books coming in 2021
Put in your pre-orders for 2021’s most anticipated books of photography from newcomers and legends alike.
10 captivating books to read over holiday break
Bored and stuck at home? We’re here to help.
Supriya Lele’s photography book transports you to her ancestral homeland
Created in collaboration with Jamie Hawkesworth, ‘Narmada’ is a touching ode to the Central Indian river and the people that call its banks home.
Lorde is releasing her first book
And she’s called it “the perfect precursor” to her forthcoming album.
Jenna Westra’s nearly naked photos of women are not for male consumption
In her new book, 'Afternoons', showing at Lubov NYC, the young photographer celebrates the female form.
Lynne Tillman: "I don’t think I’ve ever redeemed a story or character"
The legendary author's latest novel, 'Men and Apparitions', is out in the UK today.
Mimi Plumb captures the beauty of growing up in 1970s suburban California
“We wandered around the Walnut Festival, hiding in corners, smoking cigarettes, looking for stuff to do."
The poet articulating your deepest existential fears
‘Sweetdark’, Savannah Brown’s sophomore collection of poetry, explores how we live vulnerably, pleasurably, and chaotically at the end of the world.
This anti-capitalist novel explores what it means to be 'normal' in an abnormal world
'Earthlings', the newly translated follow up to Sayaka Murata's debut 'Convenience Store Woman', is not for the squeamish. You should read it anyway.