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“What, upon re-reading, do we find we missed before?” Thomas Stewart delves into fantasy novels, Gerald Brom, and the festive practice of re-reading your favorite book.
In this interview, we delve deeper into Bradley Tusk’s motivations and insights into his debut novel. “Obvious in Hindsight,”
A book that translates maths into literary terms and literature into mathematical values.
A personal investigation into land, and its role in forging a civilisation.
A haunting family saga about love, family, and the often unconsidered victims of war.
Twenty-one years of solitary imprisonment have made the Kurdish freedom-fighter Muzafar-i Subhdam a nomad, roaming inside his own thoughts…
An uncompromising new voice from San Andres that describes a magical, transcendent place.
Scego blends Italy’s contentious past and present, unearthing the layers beneath Rome’s glittering surface.
How can we map new itineraries of empathy? Cartography is a way to organise knowledge, and a walk is what grounds those ideas in reality.
A novel which effortlessly transcends the banality of categorisation to tell the story of a body and its struggle to feel whole.
Cixous explores the liminal space between fiction and fact, memory and history, novel and memoir.
Saunders has made a name for himself as both a writers’ writer and a readers’ writer and this collection is full of everything you’d expect from his author.
Despite dealing with dark subjects, this is a novel of lightness and hope
Ito’s talent for weaving many voices is brilliantly demonstrated in this newly translated work.
A savage and touching exploration of the realities of life in post-civil-war Korea
The novel traces landmark moments in French history, from the 1971 Manifesto of the 343 to the 1981 election of President François Mitterrand.
Li reanimates the yearnings and struggles of Chinese-Malaysian women over the years, and presents a vivid sense of place.