1991 [no entry]Read more "July 7th: Diaries 1991-2000"
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1991 [no entry] 1992Read more "July 5th, Diaries 1991-2000"
1991 Bitch 1992 Time: 12.50am Today’s been good in places. Had rehearsal for Shakespeare and M etc were taking the piss out of C (again). IN the evening B came round before the Barn Dance in fact here she is now: hello – yes its me the famous (big-headed Bolchy) B! All I’d really like […]Read more "July 4th: Diaries 1991-2000"
1991 silly 1992 Time: 11.15pm Today’s been TOTALLY + ABSOLUTELY QUEER. It’s just been really wet + windy and just about everyone has been really bitchy and everyone had a mass fight (me, S, L, T, etc.) It’s a bit complicated really. I had a go at C this morning because I hate the way […]Read more "July 3: Diaries 1991-2000"
1991 you 1992 Time: 10.00pm What a pisser. I came on tonight and I’ve got Sports Day tomorrow. It’s not fair. J + me were flirting with each other all day. He kept putting his hand up my skirt,* typical! I found out that PW fancies me + he dumped J today. BF asked me […]Read more "July 2nd: Diaries 1991-2000"
[A version of this text was published in Socialist Register 2018 ed. Leo Panitch and Greg Albo] DIGITAL DEMOCRACY? NINA POWER We stand on the cusp of enormous change, both politically and technologically, and the two can hardly be separated at this point. To speak from the situation in the United Kingdom at the moment is […]Read more "Digital Democracy?"
[A version of this text appeared in No Regrets: Writings on Scott Walker, edited by Rob Young, London: The Wire, 2012] Black Sheep Boy Nina Power Scott (1967) Scott 2 (1968) What is the opposite of love? Cowardice? Loneliness? Hate? Should music ‘about’ love and its opposite (whatever that is) be lush, excessive, all-consuming, or should […]Read more "Black Sheep Boy: Scott (1967), Scott 2 (1968)"
A piece on themes of sickness in contemporary art and theory for ArtReview.Read more "Artist, Heal Thyself!"
For The Guardian.Read more "Review of Germaine Greer and Roxane Gay’s new books"