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“We live in a world of constraint. There are limits to what we can say and think.” - Interview with author Hanif Kureishi.

“We live in a world of constraint. There are limits to what we can say and think.” - Interview with author Hanif Kureishi.

“Everybody would be very  worried about where all their data went. And then they’d probably go outside and wreck shit.” - Interview with author and artist Douglas Coupland.

“Everybody would be very worried about where all their data went. And then they’d probably go outside and wreck shit.” - Interview with author and artist Douglas Coupland.

Novelist Elif Shafak: ‘We are ready for change. But men are not’

Novelist Elif Shafak: ‘We are ready for change. But men are not’

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“I live with constant guilt because by disobeying the regime, I condemned so many loved ones. I will continue to disobey but the guilt will never be washed away.” - interview with poet Jang Jin-sung.

Lawrence Ferlinghetti: American poet, painter, liberal activist, and the co-founder of City Lights Booksellers & Publishers

Lawrence Ferlinghetti: American poet, painter, liberal activist, and the co-founder of City Lights Booksellers & Publishers

“I’m a human being. It would be impossible not to be affected.” - Interview with photographer Glenna Gordon.

“I’m a human being. It would be impossible not to be affected.” - Interview with photographer Glenna Gordon.

“The process of the decline of human life under high-consumerist late-capitalism is fulfilled now that we’ve been bludgeoned into quiescence by Reality TV and gadgets. Nobody’s articulated our mass zombification with such lucidity.” - Interview with author Neel Mukherjee.

Indian author Neel Mukherjee shines a light on a Nobel-winning nature poet, zombie culture and a book that’s more than a book

“The  person I was most impressed with was astronaut Buzz Aldrin. I had breakfast with him. It’s just mind-blowing to shake hands with somebody who stood on the moon.” - Interview with photographer Jeff Widener - Part 2.

“The person I was most impressed with was astronaut Buzz Aldrin. I had breakfast with him. It’s just mind-blowing to shake hands with somebody who stood on the moon.” - Interview with photographer Jeff Widener - Part

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