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Interview: Philippe Claudel
‘The modern novel can’t sidestep or ignore the idea of evil on an industrial level’
They: Stalin’s Polish Élite
'You referred to a comrade as 'Mister'. That's offensive.'
Podcast: Lawrence Joseph
‘I don’t know / where you are, I don’t know what / I’m going to do, I heard a man say; / the man who had spoken was myself.’
The Exploding Planet of Junot Díaz
‘On a windy Thursday night in late February I stood in a faintly lit street in Harlem, in front of a modern building where Junot Díaz and his fiancée, Elizabeth de Leon, are staying.’
Five Things Right Now: Evie Wyld
Evie Wyld shares five things she’s reading, watching and thinking about.
Podcast: Highlights of 2011
‘After the readings stay tuned for some outtakes and extras, including an extract from a Liars League performance of New Voice Bilal Tanweer’s story 'After That We Are Ignorant', Lavinia Greenlaw reads her online poem 'Saturday Night' and Don DeLillo has an encounter with an unruly mircophone.’