How to proceed - with Deborah Levy 2Illustration: Julius Vidarssønn Langhoff

16. mars 2021

How to proceed – with Deborah Levy

A new episode in our podcast with Linn Ullmann

In this episode, Linn Ullmann talks to to the British writer Deborah Levy about living and writing in lock-down, about intimacy and formality, the personal and political, and how “The “I” is always a we. She also talks about mothers, swimming and how it takes someone leaving to understand them better.

Listen to the episode here:

Also make sure to check out our bonus episode with two readings by Deborah Levy, from The Cost of Living and Swimming Home:

You can read more about Deborah Levy and her writing here, and about Linn Ullmann and her writing here.

Want more? Deborah Levy and Linn Ullmann also talk about:

Deborah Levy, Things I Don’t Want To Know
 –    The Cost of Living
–    Real Estate
–    Swimming Home
The Man Who Saw Everything

Mark Stevens and Annalyn Swan, Revelations – a biography of Francis Bacon

Allen Ginsburg

Édouard Louis

Virginia Woolf

Karel Teige

Martha Gellhorn

George Orwell

Ocean Vuong

Emily Berry

Samuel Beckett, Happy Days

Pina Bausch

Pedro Almodovar

Federico Garcia Lorca, Blood Wedding

Susan Sontag, Illness As Metaphor

Annie Ernaux, The Years ( Les Années )