Dan Dixon

Dan Dixon reviews Trick Mirror: Reflections on self-delusion by Jia Tolentino

Dan Dixon
23 July 2019

Writers describing the contemporary moment abound. Many do it well, but few do it as shrewdly as Jia Tolentino. With Trick Mirror: Reflections on self-delusion, Tolentino has prod More

Dan Dixon review 'The Best of The Lifted Brow: Volume Two' edited by Alexander Bennetts

Dan Dixon
27 December 2017

A collection organised around ‘the best’ of anything invites a particular kind of evaluation, a seeking of the criteria that such an elastic adjective might imply. The criteria employe More

Dan Dixon reviews 'Moral Panic 101: Equality, acceptance and the Safe Schools scandal (Quarterly Essay 67)' by Benjamin Law

Dan Dixon
24 November 2017

It is rare, in 2017, to return to a long news story’s beginning, to untangle its threads and find how it came to occupy its looming position in the cultural imagination, to learn how the More