Daniel Bristow writes for the serious Lacanians, discussing Karnac’s latest on Seminar 23.
Mike Cormack discusses critics of China, talking penises and the criteria for judging a really decent satire. Arthur Meursault, Party Members (Camphor Continue reading
Eldrid Herrington reviews the first truly complete edition of T.S. Eliot’s poetry, exploring Eliot the profane and Eliot the sacred. 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
Nicole Mansour reviews Quincy Carroll’s debut novel, an exploration of cultural otherness and symbolic differences among expatriates in foreign communities. Quincy 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
Christopher Urban reviews the latest translation of prolific Argentine writer César Aira who wrote but never revised, producing more than Continue reading