Chris Maden reviews the third volume of David T. K. Wong’s memoirs of his life in 1970s Hong Kong.
Emily Chow reviews a collection of short stories that unfold the various facets of Hong Kong written by writers based in Hong Kong.
Heidy Lo reviews Marshall Moore’s new tale of a Hong Kong haunted by history that is also a deftly told allegory for today.
Liz Wan Yuen-Yuk reviews an authoritative new collection of one of Taiwan’s most respected writers from the turn of the century.
Jason Chu reviews John Saeki’s new detective novel which restores the South China tiger to its rightful place in the wilds of Hong Kong.
Bob Duffy reviews Lauren Groff’s Florida, a new collection of artful, brooding narratives hinging on themes of abandonment and isolation.
Ragini Mohite kicks off a series of reviews and essays on Writing Colonialism today with a look back at Moshin Hamid’s recently reprinted novel of magical realism and migration.
Leo Cookman reviews Adam Steiner’s outsider on the inside novel of institutional derangement.