Use What You Want

This week’s installment has a travelling vibe. Novelist Richard House writes his first piece for NLP, a sensitively observed tour through Cambodia while fellow new face, art historian Allan Harkness, provides an in-depth analysis of Thomas Joshua Cooper’s mammoth Atlantic Edge photographic project. Old hand Géraldine Garcia takes inspiration from the current furore over Michel Houellebecq’s use of Wikipedia to consider the broader questions around plagarism in Inspiration, Creation and Quotation. Coincidentally, both Houellebecq and House are published by Serpent’s Tale, but we promise that Richard’s words are all his own, every single one! The brand new feature this week is the addition of a new section: Wheels, a place to celebrate vintage design, eccentric vehicles, the humble bicycle and more. This week, Zoe Green takes a ride in a classic Citroën D Super 5.


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