Joel Swann’s epic series of 21 reviews of poetry published in Hong Kong continues with Kim Hyesoon’s short collection.
Beverly Ngai reviews new historical fiction, exploring the oppressive patriarchy of 1930s Shanghai.
Edwin Montoya Zorrilla discusses the G20 protests, George Romero’s zombies and the question of innocence in the age of police brutality.
Colin Lee Marshall reviews the latest experimental poetry by former Hong Kong professor Robert Kiely.
Frank G Karioris on the latest by Milan Kundera and how it can help rehabilitate the Left today.
MH discusses children in the US prison system, the racial biases evident in incarceration patterns and the idea of a world without prisons.