Hawksmoor

The stories of a satanic architect and a brooding detective cross in this shadowy novel by Peter Ackroyd.

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Gabby (Back)

A woman faces away from us, straps crisscrossing her back, in this photograph by Catherine Opie.

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Journal

Aspiring cartoonists and high-school diaries feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Journal'.

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Refugee

Wooden swings and human vessels feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Refugee'.

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Transgender Dysphoria Blues

Against Me! chronicle the trials and tribulations of a transgender sex worker on their sixth studio album.

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Blue is the Warmest Colour

A young woman recounts the story of her first love in this moving graphic novel by Julie Maroh.

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The Disintegration Loops

Cloudy electronic tones billow and deteriorate on this plaintive ambient album by William Basinski.

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The Golden Gate

A group of Californian yuppies walk the treadmill of life in this virtuosic novel in verse by Vikram Seth.

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Bonus

Chess games, hopscotch, and hedgehogs feature in this trio of artworks related to the word 'Bonus'.

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The Brief

A roundup of all of Silent Frame's 2017 interviews for The Brief, from Emma Donoghue to Marina Lewycka.

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Collected Works: Film

A roundup of films featured in the Collected Works: Film column in 2017, from Clueless to Waking Life.

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Collected Works: Literature

A roundup of the books featured in the Collected Works: Literature column in 2017, from Alias Grace to Maus.

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Collected Works: Music

A roundup of the albums featured in the Collected Works: Music column in 2017, from Ege Bamyasi to Hejira.

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Perspectives II

A roundup of the films, poems, stories, and graphic novels featured in the Perspectives column in 2017.

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Rule of Three I

A roundup of the artworks featured in the Rule of Three column in 2017, from Archipelago to Ligneous.

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States of the Arts II

A roundup of artworks from Europe, Oceania, and the Americas featured in the States of the Arts column in 2017.

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