21 January, 2013
Zohar Atkins spots some familiar paradoxes in Martin Hägglund’s Dying For Time but can’t find Heidegger anywhere.
Sylvie Simmons's new biography of Leonard Cohen gives an intimate and detailed account of a life on tour.
Tom Cutterham struggles to identify the means to the ends of Marc Mulholland's Bourgeois Liberty.
In Time Lived, Without Its Flow Denise Riley reflects on the death of her son.
David Shook remembers Equatorial Guinea, and the artist Bosquete POP.