∞ “To the Moon and back? On Russian Cosmism, ed. Boris Groys (New York: e-flux and MIT Press, 2018)” (pdf) – Mikkel Krause Frantzen, 2019
Mikkel Krause Frantzen (b. 1983) lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark. He is postdoctoral fellow at the University of Copenhagen, and author of Going Nowhere, Slow – The Aesthetics and Politics of Depression (Zero Books, forthcoming), En fremtid uden fremtid (2018) and Lars Skinnebach – en monografi (2013). His work has appeared in Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction (2016), Journal of Austrian Studies (2017), Studies in American Fiction (2018), Los Angeles Review of Books (2018) and boundary2 (2019). He has translated William Burroughs’ The cat inside (2014) and Judith Butler’s Frames of War (2015) into Danish, and he works as a literary critic at the newspaper Politiken.