Barbara Bourland’s gripping new novel Fake Like Me unfolds at the pace of a thriller but is steeped in contemporary art theory.
Amy Brady is the deputy publisher of Guernica magazine and the senior editor of the Chicago Review of Books, where she writes about art, culture, and the environment.
An Eerie Book Fuses Snippets of Text with Found Imagery
In Guestbook: Ghost Stories, Leanne Shapton suggests that hauntings occur when the past’s bony fingers grasp at the present, touching us like a ghost might.
Stirring Images of Our Impact on the Environment
Anthropocene drives home the fact that climate change, ecological destruction, and species extinction are all present-day concerns, not consequences to be dealt with by our descendants.
Unearthing Centuries of Interdependence Between Humans and Plants
Big Botany: Conversations with the Plant World explores how humans have historically understood the plant world, and how we ought to reconsider it as we degrade the planet.