Antti Nylén

born 1973, Finnish translator and critic.

Articles

Until fairly recently, meat-eating wasn’t an issue at all. You didn’t think about meat, you just ingested it. Nowadays, writes Finnish critic Antti Nylén, it’s hard to imagine a more extreme phenomenon than modern meat consumption. So how can meat-eating still be possible?

Me and Morrissey

Notes on the essence and effects of a voice

The singer Morrissey occupies a peculiar place in the music world: Beyond the categories of mainstream and alternative, he has reached fames as a gay icon, a literary dandy and high artist. In this essay, Antti Nylén, a long-time devotee of the singer sheds light on the nimbus that surrounds Morrissey.

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