Monsieur de Bougrelon covers the waterfront in Jean Lorrain’s singular, intoxicating novella
British poet David Gascoyne, born 100 years ago today, lets his dinner – and his date – go cold as he pursues Charles Henri Ford into the Montparnassian night…
Occultist poet Berthe de Courrière, who died 100 years ago today
Harry Graf Kessler, “one of the most cosmopolitan men who ever lived” (with the world’s worst gaydar)
A stroll through good and evil, light and shadow, life and death, genius and madness, heaven and hell.
Weimar Berlin, the soft opening: the debut of Anita Berber and Valeska Gert, 100 years ago today