Publications

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Cabut, Richard, and Andrew Gallix, editors. Punk is Dead: Modernity Killed Every Night. New Alresford: Zero Books, 2017. 308pp.

Gallix, Andrew, translator. Resemblance in the Work of Jochen Gerz. By Octave Debary, Publisher, 2017.

Rev. of The Abode of Fancy, by Sam Coll. The Guardian (Guardian Review) 24 December 2016: 10.

“The Making of Meursault.” Literary Review November 2016: 30-31.

“A Towering Work of Staggering Scholarship.” Rev. of Grand Hotel Abyss: The Lives of the Frankfurt School, by Stuart Jeffries. The Irish Times (Weekend Review) 8 October 2016: 10.

“Goal-Line Philosophy.” Rev. of Football, by Jean-Philippe Toussaint. FT Weekend (Life & Arts) 14-15 May 2016: 9.

“Beckett with a Smiley Face.” Rev. of Pretentiousness: Why it Matters, by Dan Fox. New Statesman 4-10 March 2016: 46.

“Strange Beauty of the Nada in Nevada.” Rev. of Nocilla Dream, by Agustín Fernández Mallo. The Independent (Section 2) 21 December 2015: 38.

“Signs and Mythologies – The Significance of Roland Barthes: Andrew Gallix.” The Essay. BBC Radio 3. 26 November 2015.

Rev. of Pond, by Claire-Louise Bennett. The Guardian (Guardian Review) 21 November 2015: 10.

“The Novel Without Qualities: An Interview with Luis Chitarroni by Andrew Gallix.” gorse 4 (September 2015): 185-206.

“The Writer Postponed: Barthes at the BnF.” The Los Angeles Review of Books 23 August 2015.

“Roland Barthes’ Challenge to Biography.” Guardian Books 14 August 2015.

“David Winters by Andrew Gallix.” Bomb Magazine 4 June 2015.

“At Home in the Unheimlich: An Interview with Deborah Levy by Andrew Gallix.” gorse 3 (March 2015): 57-78.

“The End.” Rev. of The Disappearance of Literature: Blanchot, Agamben, and the Writers of the No, by Aaron Hillyer. The Times Literary Supplement 19 & 26 December 2014: 36.

“Writing Outside Philosophy: An Interview with Simon Critchley.” 3:AM Magazine 3 December 2014.

“When We Were Young, We Were Very, Very Young.” What We Wore: A People’s History of British Style. Ed. Nina Manandhar. London: Prestel, 2014. 40-41.

Introduction. The Biographical Dictionary of Literary Failure. By C. D. Rose. Brooklyn: Melville House, 2014. VII-XVI.

“The Boy Looked at Eurydice.” Berfrois 17 July 2014.

“Nicholas Rombes by Andrew Gallix.” Bomb Magazine 8 May 2014.

“The World Without Me.” Necessary Fiction 15 January 2014.

“A Pint and a Molotov Cocktail: An Interview with George Berger.” Let’s Submerge: Tales From the Punk Rock Underground. By George Berger. Amazon Media, 2013.

“The End of Realist Stories.” Guardian Books 12 November 2013.

“Of Literary Bondage.” Numéro Cinq August 2013.

“Oulipo: Freeing Literature by Tightening Rules.” Guardian Books 12 July 2013.

“The French Are Right to Protect Their Language.” The Guardian Weekly vol. 188. N° 25 (31 May-6 June 2013): 48.

“The French Protect Their Language Like the British Protect Their Currency.” The Guardian (Comment is Free section) 23 May 2013.

“The Unread and the Unreadable.” Guardian Books 18 February 2013.

“Fifty Shades of Grey Matter.” Fiddleblack Annual 1: Apparitional Experience. Peninsula, Ohio: Fiddleblack ltd, 2013. 109-118.

“La Rentrée Littéraire Redux.” Guardian Books 9 October 2012.

“The Booker Steps Away From Being its Own Genre.” The Guardian (Comment is Free section) 28 July 2012.

“Whatever Happened to 3:AM Magazine?” Guardian Books 10 July 2012.

“La influencia de la ansiedad.” Trans. Iris Bernal. Función Lenguaje 2 (summer 2012): 23-30.

Rev. of Dogma, by Lars Iyer. Bookslut 118 (March 2012).

“The Death of Literature.” Guardian Books 10 January 2012.

“The Young Parisians.” Bare Essentials: The Best of Nude Magazine 2003-2011. Ed. Ian Lowey and Suzy Prince. Manchester: Poke-in-the-Eye Publishing Ltd, 2011. 114-117.

“Celesteville’s Burning.” The White Review 22 September 2011.

“From Jonnie Marbles to the Yippies: A History of Pie Activism.” The Guardian (Comment is Free section) 20 July 2011.

“The Man Who Stopped Writing.” 3:AM Magazine 11 July 2011.

“Hauntology: A Not-So-New Critical Manifestation.” Guardian Books 17 June 2011.

“Marc-Edouard Nabe: The ‘Unacceptable’ Face of French Controversy.” Guardian Books 23 March 2011.

“Céline: Great Author and ‘Absolute Bastard’.” Guardian Books 31 January 2011.

“Dr Martens’ Bouncing Souls.” New Cross-Fucked Musings on a Manic Reality: Nonfiction of the Enigmatic Polygeneration. Ed. Tom Bradley. Leeds: Dog Horn Publishing, 2010. 106-109.

“C By Tom McCarthy.” Dazed & Confused September 2010. 196.

“The Young Parisians.” Nude Magazine summer 2010. 40-43.

“In Theory: Towards a New Novel.” Guardian Books 13 May 2010.

“Sweet Fanny Adams.” The Beat Anthology 2006-2009. Ed. Sean McGahey. Blackheath: Blackheath Books, 2010. 21-28.

“In Theory: Mimetic Desire.” Guardian Books 8 February 2010.

“In Theory: The Death of the Author.” Guardian Books 13 January 2010.

“One Thousand Cranes Can’t Be Wrong.” Flux Magazine winter 2009: 14.

“Remembering Jacno: France’s First Punk.” Guardian Music Blog 9 December 2009.

“Only Disconnect.” Flux Magazine website 13 November 2009.

“Colossal Youth.” Flux Magazine autumn 2009: 54-57.

“Colossal Youth” (abridged version). Flux Magazine website 13 November 2009.

“Dr Martens’ Bouncing Souls.” Everyday Genius 28 October 2009.

“Nothing At All.” Times Literary Supplement 25 September 2009: 30.

“The Future is Going to Be Boring.” Flux Magazine (summer 2009): 77.

“The Importance of Doing Nothing.” Flux Magazine (summer 2009): 50-51.

“We Are All Necronauts.” Flux Magazine (summer 2009): 42-43.

“Authentically Inauthentic: An Interview with Gavin James Bower.” 3:AM Magazine 30 July 2009.

“Unheard Melodies.” Garageland 8: 30-33.

“Can Artists Create Art By Doing Nothing?” Guardian Art and Design 1 June 2009.

“The Socialite Manifesto.” Flux Magazine (spring 2009): 92.

“Why a 17th-Century Novel is a Hot Political Issue in France.” Guardian Books 31 March 2009.

“The Resurrection of Guy Debord.” Guardian Books 18 March 2009.

“Tom McCarthy & the Modern Lovers of Debris.” Dazed & Confused March 2009: 227.

“Degeneration X.” Flux Magazine (winter 2008/2009): 66-67.

“Fresh Out of Dope.” Times Literary Supplement 21 November 2008: 20.

“Is E-Literature Just One Big Anti-Climax?” Guardian Books 24 September 2008.

“The New Wave of French Urban Writing.” Guardian Books 12 September 2008.

“Young Writers Les Décalés Are Upsetting the French Literary Establishment.” Dazed & Confused September 2008: 76.

“Albert Cossery’s Last Siesta in Paris.” Dazed Digital 16 July 2008.

“Albert Cossery Loved Men God Forgot.” Guardian Books 8 July 2008.

“Spam Lit: The Silver Lining of Junk Mail?” Guardian Books 1 July 2008.

“Dead Philosophers Society: An Interview with Simon Critchley.” 3:AM Magazine 26 June 2008.

“I’ll Be Your Mirror: Andy Warhol’s Writing Degree (Less Than) Zero.” 3:AM Magazine 24 May 2008.

“France’s Pre-Banksy Art Provocateurs.” Guardian 14 May 2008.

“Jeunes Gens Modernes in Paris.” Dazed Digital 24 April 2008.

“Sexy Eiffel Towers.” Flux Magazine April-May 2008: 36-37.

“Andy Warhol, Serious Writer.” Guardian Books 2 April 2008.

“A Reader’s Guide to the Unwritten.” Guardian Books 26 February 2008.

“Petit Guignol.” 3:AM London, New York, Paris. Ed. Andrew Stevens. London: Social Disease, 2008. 263-266.

“The Fascination of Phantom Bands.” Guardian Music Blog 27 December 2007.

“A Pint and a Molotov Cocktail: An Interview with George Berger.” 3:AM Magazine 14 September 2007.

“Living Poetry.” Guardian Books 25 September 2007.

Introduction. Everyday. By Lee Rourke. London: Social Disease, 2007. 9-13.

“Generation X.” The Little Black Book of Books. Ed. Lucy Daniel. London: Cassell Illustrated, 2007. 680.

“Joey Kowalski.” The Little Black Book of Books. Ed. Lucy Daniel. London: Cassell Illustrated, 2007. 270.

“My Idea of Fun: A Cautionary Tale.” The Little Black Book of Books. Ed. Lucy Daniel. London: Cassell Illustrated, 2007. 698.

“Introduction to Notable American Women.” The Little Black Book of Books. Ed. Lucy Daniel. London: Cassell Illustrated, 2007. 759.

“Join the Slow Writing Movement!”. Shrug Magazine August 2007.

“Slow-Cooked Books: The Virtues of Writing Slowly.” Guardian Books 3 July 2007.

“Rebel With a Literary Cause.” Guardian Books 2 May 2007.

“Half-Hearted Confessions of a Gelignite Dolly Bird.” BLATT 3 (2007): 4.

Reverse Striptease.” Unpublished preface, July 2006.

“Sweet Fanny Adams.” Litro 12 (July 2006).

“Killing the Angel in the House: An Interview With Lisa Williams.” 3:AM Magazine 12 June 2006.

Enough Ribena to Incarnadine the Multitudinous Seas.” The Edgier Waters. Ed. Andrew Stevens. London: Snowbooks, 2006. 1-3.

“Detour in the Orthodoxy: An Interview with Clémentine Deliss.” 3:AM Magazine December 2005.

“Enough Ribena to Incarnadine the Multitudinous Seas.” The Paris Bitter Hearts Pit 1 (July 2005): 8.

“Naked and Fizzing with Lust: An Interview with Steve Almond.” 3:AM Magazine August 2004.

“The Romance of Escalators” (“Angel at a 25 Degree Angle”). Wild Strawberries 1 (autumn 2003): 13.

Rev. of Mad Anatomy by Kimberly Nichols. Web Del Sol 2003.

“A Small But Satisfying Kick in Blair’s Nuts: An Interview with Dan Rhodes.” 3:AM Magazine July 2003.

Rev. of AIDS in French Culture: Social Ills, Literary Cures by David Caron. Hyde Park Review of Books (winter 2002).

“Sweet Fanny Adams.” Exquisite Corpse 11 (spring/summer 2002).

“Sweet Fanny Adams.” Creative Tales 11 (2002): 17-22.

“Thirty Feet Per Second” (“Thirty Two Feet Per Second”). The Vestal Review 9 April 2002: 3.

“An Interview with Amy Fusselman.” 3:AM Magazine Sepember 2001.

“All Hail the Anti-Naturals.” 3:AM Magazine 2001.

“An Amerikan in Paris: An Interview with Mark Amerika.” 3:AM Magazine July 2001 (interview conducted with Guillaume Destot).

“An Interview with Tim Parks.” 3:AM Magazine June 2001 (interview conducted with Guillaume Destot).

“Sweet Fanny Adams.” Planet Prozak12 (winter 2000-2001): 38-42.

“Escalator” (“Angel at a 25 Degree Angle”). Sniffy Linings Journal 1 (June 2000): 43.

“Custard Pie in the Sky.” 3:AM Magazine April 2000.

“Et in Suburbia Ego: Hanif Kureishi’s Semi-Detached Storeys.” The Buddha of Suburbia. Ed. François Gallix. Paris: Ellipses, 1997. 148-164.

“Pour une littérature irréfutable: Joe Orton et De la tête aux pieds.” Théâtre/Public 123 May-June 1995: 65-70.

INTERVIEWS
Steve Almond (août 2004), The Anti-Naturals (2001), Mark Amerika (juillet 2001), George Berger (September 2007), Gavin James Bower (July 2009), Luis Chitarroni (September 2015), Simon Critchley (June 2008), Simon Critchley (December 2014), Clémentine Deliss (December 2005), Johnny Deluxe (octobre 2006), Amy Fusselman (septembre 2001), Philip Hammond (février 2001), Matt Haynes et Jude Rogers de Smoke Magazine (septembre 2004), James Hawes (April 2005), Richard Hell (juillet 2005), Travis Jeppesen (juillet 2007), Sam Jordison (February 2008), Chris Killen (June 2009), Deborah Levy (May 2015), Sarah Lomax et Benjamin Ware de Dreams That Money Can Buy Magazine (septembre 2005), Bertie Marshall (octobre 2001), Tom McCarthy (July 2006), Tom McCarthy (September 2010), Paloma McLardy (septembre 2005), Ewan Morrison (August 2009), Preethi Nair (2001), Tony O’Neill (novembre 2008), Tim Parks (juin 2001), Billie Pink (2001), Simon Reynolds (March 2009). Dan Rhodes (juillet 2003), Nicholas Rombes (May 2014), Sardax (2001), Jon Savage 1 (June 2002), Jon Savage 2 (May 2007), Six (août 2002), Jamie Stoker (mars 2007), Joe Stretch (mai 2008), Sue Thomas (2001), Susan Tomaselli (juin 2006), Dusan Velickovic (octobre 2001), Andrew Wade (mai 2001), Steven Wells (2001), Lisa Williams (June 2006), David Winters (June 2015), Hendrik Wittkopf and Lee Rourke (November 2009)

PHOTOGRAPHY
Picture of Gerry Feehily in “Generation Emigration” by Ruadhán Mac Cormaic, Derek Scally and Clifford Coonan, The Irish Times (Talking the Talk section) 10 August 2012.
Picture of Tom McCarthy in Zadie Smith, “Two Paths For the Novel,” The New York Review of Books (volume 55, number 18) 20 November 2008: 90.
Pictures of New Orleans in Wild Strawberries 3 (June 2005): 28-29.

UNLIKENESS
“What We Wore: Nina Manandhar,” Clash 7 November 2014
Daisy Woodward, “What We Wore: A People’s History of British Style,” Another Magazine 5 November 2014
Pictures of me in Nina Manandhar’s What We Wore: A People’s History of British Style (London: Prestel, 2014) on pp. 24, 40-41, 104, as well as on the front cover.
Eve Dawoud, “What We Wore,” Teenage 8 February 2014
“What We Wore by” by Jesse Barron, i-D Magazine 20 December 2013

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