Nathan Hoks reviews a collection of poetry that is both riotously funny and artfully devious.
Matthew Kovac reviews a timely re-examination of the violence that underscored Europe’s imperial and colonial ventures.
Marcel Krueger reviews Horatio Clare’s experience of a haunting winter.
Adam Steiner reviews a spiky and kaleidoscopic meditation on the shifting worlds created by glass, and its destruction, in the age of CGI cinema.
Rose Cheung investigates the challenges facing the world’s megacities.
Blair Reeve reviews a collection of poetry that considers the ways in which our instincts often defy our better nature.
Paul Scott Stanfied reviews a beguiling book of poetry from the pen of Joshua Edwards.
Carissa Ma reviews a book that thinks our visions of the future for the human body is driven by darker facets of the unconscious.