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.
A warped subversion of childhood that excavates the depths of human cruelty.
A chilling contribution to a sadly slim body of works that highlight the plight of women in Morocco today
The new translation of Maria Judite de Carvalho’s Empty Wardrobes reviewed
The girl I went to see lives in room number 96. Her name is Nana and that has been the only thing I know about her name.
Gwen Smith is intrigued by the prospect of a new print-only feminist magazine that promises to “fight fire with fire”.