Chloe Lim reviews Vahni Capildeo’s eclectic and irreverent collection of poems.
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.