Writers read their own words inspired by the exhibition
In this series, writers read a piece of their own fiction inspired by artworks in Nude: art from the Tate collection. Settle in to enjoy these imaginative tales of some of art’s greatest nudes.
Linda Jaivin first made her name on the literary scene with her comic erotic novel 'Eat me’. She has since published six more novels, including 'A most immoral woman’ and 'The empress lover’, along with short stories and four works of long-form non-fiction. She is currently working on, among other things, a three-part radio documentary on the subject of privacy, called 'Nothing to hide’, for ABC’s Radio National.
Image: Linda Jaivin