Grafton Tanner reviews a memoir that looks at the working conditions of big industry – how corporatism breaks, imprisons, and sometimes kills its workers.
Bob Duffy reviews Lauren Groff’s Florida, a new collection of artful, brooding narratives hinging on themes of abandonment and isolation.
Stuart Walton finds something missing in this self-directed narrative of psychonautic exploration.
Marcel Krueger reviews an unsettling account of the myths and legends of Scout Rock, a dominating and ominous presence in West Yorkshire, England.
Karolinn Fiscaletti discusses two important new poetry collections from Canarium Books.
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.
Nicolas Hausdorf reviews the eloquent new book from the underground artist Jasun Horsley.