B. David Zarley reviews Jackson Ellis’s debut novel, where the American Dream of land and liberty is sacrificed in the name of Progress.
Stuart Walton reviews the last short story collection of Denis Johnson.
Beverly Ngai reviews new historical fiction, exploring the oppressive patriarchy of 1930s Shanghai.
Stuart Walton reviews the latest novel by acclaimed author Micheal Chabon, arguing that the famed author is in a transitional stage Continue reading
Jeffrey Tam reviews the latest anthology by the Hong Kong Writers Circle, a text which envisages twenty utopian/dystopian futures for Continue reading
Conor Dawson reviews O’Callaghan’s debut novel, an uncanny reincarnation of the Gothic for the contemporary reader. Conor O’Callaghan, Nothing on Continue reading
Nicole Mansour reviews Quincy Carroll’s debut novel, an exploration of cultural otherness and symbolic differences among expatriates in foreign communities. Quincy Continue reading
Timothy Ogene reviews Onuzo’s brand-new 2017 Faber novel, discussing intertextuality, gratuitous representations of African poverty and ‘what it means to Continue reading