Alex Landragin is a writer whose fiction explores place, migration, and literature’s formal possibilities. He was born in France and migrated to Australia as a child. He worked as a travel writer and at various stages has lived in Marseille, Alice Springs, Paris, New Orleans, and rural Virginia. He currently lives in Los Angeles. His novel Crossings will be published by Picador Australia in 2019. You can read the opening chapter here.
The Organ of the Universe: On Living with Tinnitus
Alex Landragin on tinnitus as a burden and an existential clarion call....