An end-of-month look at the necessary elasticity of intimacy
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The month that was: lockdown limbo (how low can you go); questioning lyricism; Teju Cole, Leah Jing McIntosh, Annie Ernaux, Maria Stepanova
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The month that was: lost social skills, cringe exoticism, yoga vs. twitter, no here here, re-finding reading, Virginia Woolf, Un-su Kim, Anne Boyer- GO!
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no tingling new year promise but something else: new shapes, new grooves, a viral-style rupture to replace enclosure
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Leaving London, dethroning thought with poetry, world-weighted calibrations, quick recommendations
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Loss, what’s that?— Yusef Komunyakaa It’s All Hallows’ Eve, there’s a full moon - a blue moon, the hunter’s moon - and I’m back in London just in time …
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Sometimes writing is like sharpening a knife— Che Gossett Welcome back to the monthly digest/digress from Hannah Lees. September is over and autumn is …
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On (time) travel, Annie Ernaux, Little Fires Everywhere, domestic braggadocio
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I’m immoderatelyin love with you,knocked out byall your newwhite hair- Eileen Myles Welcome back to Think Club, the newsletter for thinkers and over-th…
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Blackness is a critique of property—from individual self possession to always already racial capitalism - Che Gossett Well it’s the end of the month of…
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“I’m Nobody! Who are you?Are you — Nobody — too?” - Emily Dickinson Welcome back to Think Club, the monthly newsletter for thinkers and over-thinkers e…
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transgressive mothers, writing aversions, wanton monarchs, audio-assisted reading
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