Antwerp

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THE PARCEL

She lay on the sofa in her flat, staring ahead with the expression and accompanying ennui of a prompter who, night after night, is not called upon to speak.

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I COULD HUNT YOU DOWN LIKE A SHARK

  https://extraextramagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/25-i-could-hunt-you-down-like-a-shark-saskia-de-coster-no16-new-version.mp3   A shark is swimming beside us, a shark with a long, fat tail. It slinks along the ocean floor, drawing slow circles behind…

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BY THE POND

  https://extraextramagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/29-By-the-pond-no-15.mp3   Two red-eared slider turtles. How did they end up at the pond in the park? The male comes crawling out of the water…

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‘IT’S ME’

Have I already told you I’ve got a new friend? We went to the new café in the park yesterday, that concrete circle with windows all around, windows that…

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BRILLIANT INTERVENTION

A few years back, I had a student job working for Pallas publishers, who had a deal with an art gallery. One evening, an exhibition opened with a…

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Laure Prouvost on Seduction, Language, and Bodily Provocations

On a hot day in Antwerp I climbed to the top of an imposing block; the heat rose with me. At the fourth floor, I was led past two enormous…

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Kati Heck

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Viviane De Muynck on the Sensuality of Embracing Death and Passionate Mourning

A summer evening in the south of Antwerp. The actress is waiting for me under an awning out on the terrace. She is smartly dressed and possesses a clear…

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Veronique Branquinho on Gravelly Voices, Watching People As a Pastime and Her New Enchanting Ready-to-wear Collection

Veronique Branquinho rose to fame in the late nineties with designs that offer an elegant attitude to daily wear, adding a touch of nighttime grace. With an eye for detail,…

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