To celebrate Climax’s six-month birthday, Isabella Burley, the independent distributor and founder of all things erotic, selects her top picks from the latest release: rare pop culture ephemera, saucy books, Japanese periodicals, a VHS tape and more.
Involved in the NYC scene since 2002, the photographer is now releasing a comprehensive book of break culture. And, he has high hopes of entering the 2024 Olympics in the newly emerged breaking category.
Sleepless nights, near-death experiences and the true meaning of freedom in Carl Cattermole’s book, 3US
The writer documented his time riding El tren de la muerte, or The Death Train, as it criss-crossed Mexico.
Peter Willis’ second-hand bookshop has called south-east London's Rye Lane home since 2016. Undeterred by lockdown, he’s opening a new space up the road, treasure hunting the most gripping page-turners for your reading pleasure.
Let’s be positive for a moment – lockdown has ushered in a flurry of brilliant first-time writers spanning fiction, non-fiction and poetry. Here, we chart THE FACE’s favourite newcomers you should be keeping your beady eyes on this spring.
A book critic for The London Review of Books has become an author herself with a compelling debut novel about a woman who discovers her boyfriend is a conspiracy theorist.