Paul Clinton Corrigan reviews a book that engages with the darker side of life in the contemporary urban sprawl.
Briankle G. Chang reviews a book that interrogates the enduring power of the image.
Ben Margulies reviews a book that examines the complex politics of racism that is at play in some of the major democracies of the developed world.
Dr. Emma Zhang reviews the autobiography of an Oxford scholar and Catholic missionary who witnessed multiple national upheavals and whose life was committed to her faith and community.
Ivan Boldyrev reviews a fascinating revisitation of Eisenstein’s Capital project.
Paul Scott Stanfield reviews a campus novel…er…poem.
Darren Huang reviews Jessica J. Lee’s hybrid work of nature writing, memoir, and history investigating Taiwan and her family’s past.
Chris Maden reviews An Yu’s haunting and intelligent debut novel, centred on relationships in modern China.