All items: Paris

James McConnachie speaks with Julia Copus about the plight of non-fiction books in an internet age, his travel writing adventures and the joy of (writing about) sex.

For four years, the poet Pascale Petit watched a black jaguar in a Parisian zoo. He became her heart of Amazonia darkness, her shaman, her father, her obsessional love. Then he was introduced to a potential mate.

Pascale Petit speaks with Julia Copus about the origins and inspirations for her collection The Zoo Father, and about the connections between sculpture and poetry.