Category: Clients at Dialogue

Interview with Rosegarden!

Berlin-based culture and lifestyle mag Rosegarden (@rosegardenmag) liked the sound of “Data and Desire” and had a few questions about love in a digital age. Thanks for the interview, Mario! Los Angeles- and Berlin- based writer Saskia Vogel is not only one of our contributors – but together with the artist and author Michael Salu, she hosts and curates the event series „Local Transport“ in London.… Read more →

London Literature Festival News!

I’m excited to share that I’ll be donning two guises at the London Literature Festival this October: co-conspirator (pixels and sharp angles) and moderator/fangirl (spectacles and exclamation points). For the next edition of Local Transport, Michael Salu and I have lined up a trio of exciting artists who will explore Data and Desire. What can all the data in the world tell… Read more →

Join us! Local Transport: 15 January at the ACE Hotel

From shadowy alleyways and glittering towers to fighting demons in your damp bedsit LOCAL TRANSPORT asked filmmaker JAMES BATLEY and authors ZOE PILGER and BEN LERNER to reveal their DARK PLACES. One hour of cultural adventure, a fully-stocked bar, and communion with the darkest spirits in London. Doors at 7pm, Act One soon thereafter. ACT ONE We kick off the… Read more →

Press for New Swedish Fiction at the Ace Hotel Shoreditch

A splash of press from the Audible UK blog on a New Swedish Fiction Night, co-organized by Dialogue and SELTA. A Night in Translation by Claire O’Neill Last Thursday we had the pleasure of an invite to Saskia Vogel’s Swedish anti-crime lit session, including actors from Liars’ League and a select audience of East London’s lit folk. Huddled in the depths of Shoreditch’s The Ace… Read more →

Watch.Listen.Groove. Local Transport at the Ace Hotel

Dialogue and Salu are kicking off a new event series at the Ace Hotel Shoreditch on 18 September. Come along! ACT I: WATCH Get under the skin of Lorenzo Vitturi’s acclaimed photographic series Dalston Anatomy with an exclusive multimedia performance in collaboration with poet Sam Berkson, currently exhibited at The Photographer’s Gallery. From found objects to street scenes and portraits of locals, these… Read more →

Exploding Maps at the Ace Hotel, 2 April

Visual Editions is exploding their book of maps, Where You Are, inside the Lobby Bar at Ace Hotel Shoreditch. VE and I have been working with Ace’s excellent cultural engineer Vickie Hayward on a live Great Looking Story with Londoners/authors/mapmakers/so-much-more Adam Thirlwell, Joe Dunthorne and Dazed and Confused’s Stuart Hammond.  It’s all happening on Wednesday 2 April. Doors and drinks at 18.30… Read more →

Hang Out with Visual Editions in Houston and Online

Visual Editions’ (VE) Where You Are live events give you the chance to hear Geoff Dyer and Joe Dunthorne, and Sheila Heti and Tao Lin tell you all about growing up in Cheltenham, mapping literary landscapes, modernising the I Ching to help find your way when you’re lost, and mapping crazy sci-fi hamsters in 2027. It’s their very first venture into the world of Google Hangouts (and mine, too). Geoff… Read more →

Don Quixote, Reimagined

Visual Editions, one of my clients, is running a Kickstarter campaign to fund photographer Jacob Robinson’s two-week camper van trip through La Mancha. Why? They’re reimagining Don Quixote using the pics he takes on his trip. If you love paper or print, check it out.   Read more →

#NewWriting: Johanna Holmström

The Year of the Wolf is a novella from Johanna Holmström’s collection of interlinking stories, Camera Obscura. This extract was translated by B.J. Epstein, Fiona Graham, Kate Lambert, Michael Rollerson, Nichola Smalley, and Saskia Vogel, with author Johanna Holmström, at the BCLT Summer School 2013 and was first published in English by #NewWriting, a literary website supported by University of East Anglia, BCLT and… Read more →