BFDay21 Festival: Embodying the Essay with Alice Hattrick, Amber Husain and Adam Zmith, Sat 16 Oct, 12-1pm
BFDay21 Festival: Embodying the Essay with Alice Hattrick, Amber Husain and Adam Zmith, Sat 16 Oct, 12-1pm
BFDay21 Festival: Embodying the Essay with Alice Hattrick, Amber Husain and Adam Zmith, Sat 16 Oct, 12-1pm
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Join us for a wide-ranging discussion of non-fiction innovation with the authors of three mind- and body-bending brand-new essays from debut authors, which expand in exciting ways what is meant by 'the personal is political'. With Alice Hattrick, Amber Husain and Adam Zmith.

Sat 16 Oct, 12-1pm

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Alice Hattrick’s criticism and interviews have appeared in publications such as frieze magazine, ArtReview and The White Review. Alice’s work has most recently been included in Whitechapel Documents of Contemporary Art: HEALTH (ed. Bárbara Rodríguez Muñoz, 2020) and Mine Searching Yours (Forma, 2020). They are the co-producer of Access Docs for Artists, a resource for disabled and/or chronically ill artists, curators and writers, made in collaboration with artists Leah Clements and Lizzy Rose. In 2016, they were shortlisted for the Fitzcarraldo Essay Prize. Ill Feelings is their first book.
Author photo (with Daphne) © Jacques Testard

Amber Husain is a writer, academic, publisher and comrade. Her essays and criticism appear or are forthcoming in 3AM,The Believer, London Review of Books online, LA Review of Books, Radical Philosophy and The White Review. Replace Me is her first book.

Adam Zmith is a writer whose book, Deep Sniff: A History of Poppers and Queer Futures, is out in September 2021. He is co-producer on The Log Books podcast, literature programmer with Fringe! Queer Film & Arts Fest, and he is always writing a novel. 🐦 @AdamZmith 💻 www.adamzmith.com
Author photo © Imogen Forte