Esmé Hogeveen is a writer and editor based in Toronto. She is a staff writer at Another Gaze and a Film and ArtSeen contributor at The Brooklyn Rail. Her writing on art, film, culture, and aesthetics has appeared in Artforum, Bookforum, The Baffler, BOMB, Frieze, Hazlitt, Hyperallergic, GARAGE, Canadian Art, C Magazine, Texte zur Kunst, and cléo film journal, among other venues. She holds an MA in Critical Theory and Creative Research from the Pacific Northwest College of Art and subsequently studied at Cornell University’s School of Criticism and Theory.
Finding Meaning in Dire Times: Sally Rooney’s “Beautiful World, Where Are You”
Rooney’s third novel oscillates between the perspectives of two close female friends in their late 20s....