As Obama finally commutes Chelsea Manning’s unjust sentence, Amy Hickman discusses the relationship between Manning, the presidency, transgender politics and Guantánamo. Continue reading
Sean Mahoney on the Farage appeal, the Brexit chaos and the cirumlocution offices of the modern age. Owen Bennet, The Continue reading
Christopher Hill reviews Stephanie Han’s new collection of short stories exploring the nature of identity and the concept of home. Continue reading
Following the death of legendary Polish sociologist and philosopher Zygmunt Bauman, Łukasz Muniowski uses his work to explore Sarah Lynn the Continue reading
Rachel Fox reviews Tom Sperlinger’s book about the experiences of teaching under occupation and how politics interrupts education.
Gábor István Bíró discusses a new theory of ‘sociotechnical imaginaries’, assessing how the science of technology has been shaping identities Continue reading
Christopher Urban reviews the latest translation of prolific Argentine writer César Aira who wrote but never revised, producing more than Continue reading
Joel Swann’s epic series of 21 reviews of poetry published in Hong Kong continues with Agi Mishol’s short collection. Agi Continue reading