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Introduction to C. D. Rose’s The Biographical Dictionary of Literary Failure (4 November 2014)
The Boy Looked at Eurydice (17 July 2014)
Interview with Nicholas Rombes (May 2014)
The World Without Me (15 January 2014)
The End of Realist Stories (12 November 2013)
Of Literary Bondage (13 August 2013)
Oulipo: Freeing Literature by Tightening Rules (12 July 2013)
The French Are Right to Protect their Language… (31 May-6 June 2013)
The French Protect Their Language Like the British Protect Their Currency (23 May 2013)
The Unread and the Unreadable (18 February 2013)
La Rentrée Littéraire Redux (9 October 2012)
The Booker Steps Away From Being its Own Genre (28 July 2012)
Whatever Happened to 3:AM Magazine? (10 July 2012)
La influencia de la ansiedad (June 2012)
Review of Lars Iyer’s Dogma (5 March 2012)
The Death of Literature (10 January 2012)
From Jonnie Marbles to the Yippies: A History of Pie Activism (20 July 2011)
The Man Who Stopped Writing (11 July 2011)
Hauntology: A Not-So-New Critical Manifestation (17 June 2011)
Marc-Edouard Nabe: The ‘Unacceptable’ Face of French Controversy (23 March 2011)
Céline: Great Author and ‘Absolute Bastard’ (31 January 2011)
It’s All Greek (September 2010)
C By Tom McCarthy (September 2010)
The Young Parisians (July 2010)
In Theory: Towards a New Novel (13 May 2010)
In Theory: Mimetic Desire (8 February 2010)
In Theory: The Death of the Author (13 January 2010)
Remembering Jacno: France’s First Punk (December 2009)
One Thousand Cranes Can’t Be Wrong (December 2009)
One Thousand Cranes Can Be Wrong (November 2009)
Only Disconnect (13 November 2009)
Colossal Youth (November 2009)
Colossal Youth (abridged version) (13 November 2009)
Nothing At All (September 2009)
The Future is Going to Be Boring (July 2009)
The Importance of Doing Nothing (July 2009)
We Are All Necronauts (July 2009)
Unheard Melodies (June 2009)
Can Artists Create Art By Doing Nothing? (1 June 2009)
The Socialite Manifesto (April 2009)
Why a 17th-Century Novel is a Hot Political Issue in France (31 March 2009)
The Resurrection of Guy Debord (18 March 2009)
Tom McCarthy & The Modern Lovers of Debris (March 2009)
Degeneration X (December 2008)
Fresh Out of Dope (21 November 2008)
Is E-literature Just One Big Anti-Climax? (September 2008)
The New Wave of French Urban Writing (September 2008)
Young Writers Les Décalés Are Upsetting the French Literary Establishment (September 2008)
Albert Cossery’s Last Siesta in Paris (16 July 2008)
Albert Cossery Loved Men God Forgot (8 July 2008)
Spam Lit: The Silver Lining of Junk Mail? (1 July 2008)
I’ll Be Your Mirror: Andy Warhol’s Writing Degree (Less Than) Zero (24 May 2008)
France’s Pre-Banksy Art Provocateurs (14 May 2008)
Jeunes Gens Modernes in Paris (24 April 2008)
Sexy Eiffel Towers (April 2008)
Andy Warhol, Serious Writer (2 April 2008)
A Reader’s Guide to the Unwritten (26 February 2008)
The Fascination of Phantom Bands (27 December 2007)
Introduction to Lee Rourke’s Everyday (December 2007)
Living Poetry (25 September 2007)
On Generation X (September 2007)
On Joey Kowalski (September 2007)
On My Idea of Fun (September 2007)
On Notable American Women (September 2007)
Join the Slow Writing Movement! (August 2007)
Slow-Cooked Books: The Virtues Of Writing Slowly (3 July 2007)
Rebel With a Literary Cause (2 May 2007)
Reverse Striptease (July 2006)
Mad Anatomy (2003)
AIDS in French Culture (2002)
Custard Pie in the Sky (April 2000)
Et in Suburbia Ego: Hanif Kureishi’s Semi-Detached Storeys (1997)
Pour une littérature irréfutable: Joe Orton et De la tête aux pieds (May 1995)

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