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“Empty, she wrote, even though it wasn’t an improvement, because sometimes she just wrote what she saw.”
Twisting tales of power, violence, love and mystery
Katya Adaui sexamines the tangled knot of everyday ties that bind us – for better or worse.
English-readers can at last explore the upside-down worlds of the great Budi Darma.
The fate of a beloved snail, who might be the last of their kind.
How did he know the deer was a girl?
Jealousy and promise within a group of teenage friends
Old photographs of a married couple fade away on a living room mantel.
Strangers in Las Vegas connect strangely.
“You must never ask Dada Abbu about the trains, meri jaan,” she would warn. “He doesn’t like to talk about them.”
The Vietnamese guy at the nail salon asks me how my day’s going. I sit down and smile politely answering proudly in flawless German “alles gut, und dir?”
It’s not like Ba to let something so benign rile him.
“Reid was the most observant, sensitive child, compassionate to a fault – and we need people in this world devoted entirely to beauty.”
Set in 1906, a young man from Gibraltar who emigrates to New York City to make a new life for himself and escape the past.
An observation and mediation on modern life and love.