Brian Dillon

Listening for the Enemy
The sound mirrors of Dungeness
Issue 12 / The Enemy / Fall/Winter 2003

Cutaneous: An Interview with Steven Connor
On, in, through, and beneath the skin
Issue 13 / Futures / Spring 2004

Forget Me Not: An Interview with Geoffrey Batchen
The camera as a machine of memory
Issue 14 / Doubles / Summer 2004

Very Funny: An Interview with Simon Critchley
Toward a philosophical history of humor
Issue 17 / Laughter / Spring 2005

Fragments from a History of Ruin
Picking through the wreckage
Issue 20 / Ruins / Winter 2005–2006

Elementary Particles: An Interview with Peter Brimblecombe
Sneezing in the library
Issue 20 / Ruins / Winter 2005–2006

Inventory / A Poet of Cloth
Beau Brummell’s knot theory
Issue 21 / Electricity / Spring 2006

Unwell
A short history of hypochondria
Issue 22 / Insecurity / Summer 2006

Virus Camp
The story of the Common Cold Unit
Issue 23 / Fruits / Fall 2006

Inventory / Talk to the Hand
Deciphering the language of gesture
Issue 26 / Magic / Summer 2007

O Altitudo!: An Interview with Robert Macfarlane
Peak aesthetics
Issue 27 / Mountains / Fall 2007

Hydropolis
Testing the waters
Issue 29 / Sloth / Spring 2008

Perchance to Dream: An Interview with Eluned Summers-Bremner
The meanings of insomnia
Issue 31 / Shame / Fall 2008

The Perfect Crime
An open letter to the editors of frieze magazine
Issue 33 / Deception / Spring 2009

Inventory / From Acne to X-Ray
Diagnosing Warhol
Issue 34 / Testing / Summer 2009

A Dry Black Veil
The hovering horror of the plague-cloud
Issue 35 / Dust / Fall 2009

Silent Witness: An Interview with Jean Duprat
Interplanetary dust and the birth of the solar system
Issue 35 / Dust / Fall 2009

Blue Notes
Selling the siren song of the medicine cabinet
Issue 38 / Islands / Summer 2010

Lighter than Air: An Interview with Carol Mavor
The ambiguity of the Edwardian boy
Issue 39 / Learning / Fall 2010

Bombweed
Blooms amid the ruins
Issue 41 / Infrastructure / Spring 2011

Blow Up
Explosive adventures in the air’s uncharted ways
Issue 43 / Forensics / Fall 2011

Paper Machines: An Interview with Markus Krajewski
The index card and the card index
Issue 47 / Logistics / Fall 2012

Blown All to Nothing
Explosives, spark, crater
Issue 54 / The Accident / Summer 2014

For the Simple Reason Is
Vigilance as a fugue state
Issue 55 / Love / Fall 2014

Sentences / The Cunning of Destruction
Elizabeth Hardwick’s exquisite diffidence
Issue 60 / Containers / Winter 2015–2016

Sentences / Fair Hopes of Ending All
The morbid extravagance of John Donne
Issue 61 / Calendars / Spring–Summer 2016

Sentences / how how how what what what how—when
Everything that rises must converge, or not
Issue 62 / Milk / Fall 2016–Winter 2017

Sentences / A Ritual Feat
Eclipsing description
Issue 63 / The Desert / Spring 2017

Sentences / A History of the Lights and Shadows
Learning sympathy from George Eliot
Issue 64 / The Nose / Summer 2017