Less Than Nothing

At the Overland blog, I wrote on the Fairfax job cuts, the crisis of journalism, and the (lack of) solidarity in the digital m

The View from Nowhere

My latest piece for the Sydney Review of Books examines Aamir Mufti’s Forget English! Orientalisms and World Literature

Jez we can! (But which ‘we’?)

In the Overland website, I’ve written about the Labour leadership contest, Jeremy Corbyn’s candidature and the E

Literatures of Worlds #1

I’ve just sent off the first issue of my new monthly newsletter, ‘Literatures of Worlds’. In the August i

Globes – Peter Sloterdijk

Back in 2012 I reviewed Bubbles, the first volume of Peter Sloterdijk’s Spheres trilogy, for the LA Review of Books.

To read in 2015

I usually find myself reading contemporary novels years after they’ve been published, which isn’t necessarily a

Against Progress: Dreams, Nightmares, and the Meaning of Abbott

We might first affirm the strangeness of dreams, their resistance to interpretation, their symbolic excess that can never be c

Dubplate literature: distribution beyond the market

I’m presenting a paper today at the Independent Publishing Conference. Abstract: The trajectories of the commercial imp

(Pre)historical fiction

During the month of September, I’ve been the guest blogger for Southerly, the journal of the English department at Syd

Hymn to Saraswati

The sixth issue of Abraxas was launched last Friday (26 September 2014). I was in London that day, so I made it to the books