Editor Kirsty Allison talks digital culture with Anthony Anaxagorou and we drop the name of his highly anticipated new collection on Granta Books.
Ambit hang in the rainbow realm celebrating the queer collection of the year with Queering the Green (Belfast Lifeboat) editor Paul Maddern and recent Clarissa Luard Award winner Padraig Regan talking about the concepts of anti-inclusive language as subject. Also regular Ambit contributor, Mícheál McCann.
From the forthcoming Ambit 246, we go beyond the streets of Soho with the louche lines of fashion illustrator, musician and poet Stuart McKenzie who’ll be performing at our party at the Martinez on 2 March. Also in the studio, Cleo Henry, who’s being published for the first time by Ambit. She reads Each Time I Piss in Hampstead Heath. And it’s a pleasure to host the queer Manx poet, Simon Maddrell and Tom Bland whose Camp Fear collection on Bad Betty Press is designed for a life of chaise be-longue-ing.
Music from Gil De Ray, BAG x Behrens, Jamika and the Argonauts, Disinformation, and Hackedepicciotto.