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DANIEL MENDELSOHN — ECSTASY AND TERROR

Daniel Mendelsohn’s new collection ECSTASY AND TERROR—FROM THE GREEKS TO GAME OF THRONES brings together his reviews and essays on Cavafy and Sappho, Mary Renault, Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited and Hanya Yanagihara’s A Little Life, David Ferry’s Virgil, Helen DeWitt, Henry Roth, and Karl Ove Knausgård.

Join Mendelsohn this week in Culver City for a reading and conversation. A copy of ECSTASY AND TERROR is included with admission.

DANIEL MENDELSOHN

Tuesday, October 29, at 7:30 pm.

Kirk Douglas Theatre

9820 Washington Boulevard, Culver City.

From top: Daniel Mendelsohn, photograph by Matthew Mendelsohn, courtesy and © the author and the photographer; Mary Renault, The Persian Boy cover image courtesy and © Pantheon; Mendelsohn, Ecstasy and Terror cover image courtesy and © New York Review Books; Duane Michals, The Adventures of Constantine Cavafy, 2007, image courtesy and © the photographer and Twin Palms Publishers; Evelyn Waugh, Brideshead Revisited cover image courtesy and © Dell.

ENNINFUL AT ZENITH

At the center of fashion for over twenty-five years, stylist/fashion editor/creative director Edward Enninful—a font of energy and wisdom on both sides of the Atlantic (i-D, Calvin Klein, Condé Nast)—is moving back to London as the new editor-in-chief of British Vogue.

The news this week follows other recent changes at the top. In January, Jonathan Newhouse picked Emanuele Farneti to lead Vogue Italia and L’Uomo Vogue, and novelist Hanya Yanagihara (A Little Life) is the new editor of T.

At the Vogues, the reigns of Alexandra Shulman and the late Franca Sozzani were among the longest at any Condé Nast title. Since 2011, Enninful has pushed the visual envelope at Stefano Tonchi‘s W to its corporate limit. Let’s hope the shake up at British Vogue is equally momentous.

“At i-D, it was always ‘How honest are you to the streets?’ My world is different now, but truth is important. Fashion stories have to relate to society somehow.” — Edward Enninful*

“E as in Edward,” interview with Simon Foxton, Industrie 8 (2015): 78.

nytimes.com/2017/04/10/fashion/edward-enninful-british-vogue-race-gender-diversity.html?_r=0

Edward Enninful Image credit: Delectant

Edward Enninful
Image credit: Delectant