Kevin Forkan reviews a new book on the British Empire in India, countering those Brexit lovers who have forgotten the horrors of empire.
Colin Lee Marshall reviews the latest experimental poetry by former Hong Kong professor Robert Kiely.
Marcel Krueger confesses his cowardice over finding himself lost on a woodland trail.
In a new feature at the HKRB, we are running extracts and chapters from forthcoming books by authors. The first feature is the opening chapter of Daniel Bristow’s political text.
Lydia Plantamura discusses the famous Frank Booth and goes beyond to explore Dennis Hopper’s own mad brilliance as a true artist.
Terence Blake discusses OOO and convergent and divergent readings of an important new book on speculative realism and literature.
Stephen Lee Naish discusses the revenge of analog, looking beyond nostalgia to consider the politics and class issues involved in returning to the old stuff.
Thomas L. Lynn, Jr. discusses Tariq Ali’s latest, exploring the contemporary significance of Leninism and the individual stories of the revolution.