Untitled painting by Aleksandra Waliszewska. The artist is profiled by S. Elizabeth at Dirge Magazine.
• “…from my point of view, the only thing to do with any genre, any medium, is pretty much to break it, to transcend it, to find out what its limits are, and then go beyond them, and see what happens.” Alan Moore (again) talking to Heidi MacDonald about his novel, Jerusalem, which is out next month.
• A Monument to Outlast Humanity: Dana Goodyear gets the reclusive Michael Heizer to talk about his decade-spanning sculptural project, City, work on which is almost finished.
• William Burroughs’ appearances in adult men’s magazines: a catalogue which includes some downloads of uncollected Burroughs essays and other writings.
• Remoteness of Light is a new album by The Stargazer’s Assistant inspired by the depths of the oceans and the vastness of space.
• Guide to Computing: historic computers presented by James Ball as though they were new machines.
• “Oscar Wilde’s De Profundis is one of the greatest love letters ever written,” says Colm Tóibín.
• “Will You Dance With Me?” Derek Jarman films dancers in a gay club in 1984.
• Snapshots from an editor: Donald Weise on working with Edmund White.
• Stupid by Wrangler (Stephen Mallinder, Phil Winter and Benge).