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Radical author Tom McCarthy has spent a career writing extreme stories about our age of crisis. So why does talk of the future leave him cold?
The legendary chronicler of the American rebel talks to Stuart Hammond about his explicit new film – and tells us why the novel's not dead yet
Talking children, movies and Instagram with the godmother of the snapshot
Colin is Irelands's coolest new author – so why is he obsessed with the small town he made up?
The celebrated short-storyist talks about feminism and why alt lit is nothing new
Inside the kitsch world of Ashley Williams, who shows for the last time with Fashion East tomorrow
A guide to the renegade author, publisher and screenwriter behind the week's Visionary films
Fucking up and having fun with the world's least-boring, rock’n’rolling art critic
The transgressive writer on simple poetry, complicated porn and the philosophy of rimming
The towering American novelist who went to school with Jack Kerouac speaks of all that is
The alt-lit phenomena Gchat about gaylords, ketamine and book boot-camps
The Sonic Youth frontdude has been quietly brewing a bedlam of sweet, sweet poetry
Fresh new shoes and video loops from London's Palace Skateboards
Presenting two poignant short stories about loss from the young literary upstart
Exclusive, dead good short short stories by Rome-born, LA-raised writer Chiara Barzini
Snapping 21st century American outsiders in their native habitat – Insane Clown Posse’s field trip
A man without a bank-account sprays his way into the walls of Paris and east London
The controversial author on why he came to bury the novel, not praise it
Toronto’s literary young turk on missing metaphors and frivolous fiction
Skate photographer James Edson's walkabout captured in his first show, Observations Whilst Rambling In The Field
Dazed books editor Stuart Hammond selects this week's literary highlights
A specially commissioned short story from one of American literature's true radicals, Blake Butler
The short story master talks drugs, poverty, fucking dogs and the American future...
This week's highlights in new literature, as selected by Dazed & Confused's Books Editor Stuart Hammond
In the October issue of Dazed & Confused, the author talks sex, porn and making the erotic academic
One of our favourite young poets hits the poetry publishing big time, as featured in the July issue of Dazed
The fiercely independent author on Philip Roth, isolation and ten glorious years in fiction
Stuart Hammond and James Edson report on a few adventurous days in the German capital
We get a road trip report from one of our ambassadors as they head towards Poland and the Open'er music festival. Next stop, Berlin
Eleven songs that inspired the original short stories in our latest issue
The south London graffiti artist on leaving the streets for a proper gallery exhibition
The London skate brand creates trill tops with the football favourite
Taken from the April Issue of Dazed & Confused, here Jake Phelps tells us how he gave his life to skating and doesn't regret a thing
Drake and Florence made world-shaking debut albums, made waves on the awards scene, and most importantly, made friends. Stuart Hammond tags along for the ride
In an exclusive video interview, David Shrigley invited Dazed Digital into his Glasgow home to discuss rats, bad drawings and his art of darkness
Last time Dazed met The xx, they were bewildered teens who hadn't sold a record. A year later, they've shifted over a quarter of a million albums and everyone wants a piece of them. We spent some time with pop's shyest success story.
The documentary tours the UK ahead of its DVD release and we speak to producer Luke Morris about why it's taken so damn long to make the film.
The skate legend recalls a life of art and suburban deformity
Adele the queen of underground folk sets her sights on the world of pop mega-stardom.