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Written in her deliciously dark tone, Bazterrica’s claws puncture polite society’s fragile membrane, revealing the darkness writhing beneath.
A personal investigation into land, and its role in forging a civilisation.
A sense of inevitability pervades “River Spirit ” as seven narrators negotiate the personal, political and religious challenges of Sudan in the late nineteenth century.
A story that crosses four generations of a family, “All Your Children, Scattered” looks at how communication breaks down, and how it might be repaired.
Scego blends Italy’s contentious past and present, unearthing the layers beneath Rome’s glittering surface.
This novel simply is. Give it the time and attention it deserves and it will stay with you for the rest of your life
Li reanimates the yearnings and struggles of Chinese-Malaysian women over the years, and presents a vivid sense of place.
Several days after finishing the book, something dawned on me in a way I’ve never experienced before… a sort of quiet marvelling.
Twisting tales of power, violence, love and mystery
Translated from French by Jeffrey Zuckerman, Pina, which won the 2017 Eugène Dabit Prize, is a rebuke of the romanticised ideals of Tahiti and its golden sands.
In ‘Solo Dance’, by Li Kotomi, Japan – Asia’s most advanced country – is described as a “queer desert.”
This collection, somewhere between prose and poetry, recounts the painful experience of war and exile
For our pastime we go to the Zero-G Room and do a lot of fun things.
So whenever I drive past King’s and see a group of Chinese tourists, I know I have to be on the lookout. Could a driverless car do that?”
Science fiction reflects our world, extrapolating our hopes and fears in a distant setting.
…there is another side to algorithms epitomized in the art works of Manfred Mohr.