Julia Bosson

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An Aesthetic of Immediacy: Kate Zambreno Interviewed by Julia Bosson
Kate Zambreno's book, To Write as if Already Dead, with a pale cream color with an overexposed, fading image of a scull.

A diaristic exploration inspired by Hervé Guibert’s To the Friend Who Did Not Save My Life.

An Aesthetic of Immediacy: Kate Zambreno Interviewed by Julia Bosson
Kate Zambreno's book, To Write as if Already Dead, with a pale cream color with an overexposed, fading image of a scull.

A diaristic exploration inspired by Hervé Guibert’s To the Friend Who Did Not Save My Life.

This Wounded City: Annette Weisser Interviewed by by Julia Bosson
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On writing about cancer and healing under the looming specter of Berlin’s history.

The Fragility of Marguerite Duras by Julia Bosson
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On a new collection of essays full of contradiction, subversion, and purposeful ambiguity.

A Taxonomy of Refusal: On Anne Boyer’s A Handbook of Disappointed Fate by Julia Bosson
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Essays that investigate the poetics of “no.”

Inverted Metrics of Value: Leslie Jamison Interviewed by Julia Bosson
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The author on pushing back against the overly simplistic narrative of addiction. 

Take Note by Julia Bosson
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Unchanging times, in Joan Didion’s South and West

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