Carissa Ma reviews a book that thinks our visions of the future for the human body is driven by darker facets of the unconscious.
Marija Todorova reviews Mang Ke’s poetry collection and considers the significant role played by translators in such projects.
Blair Reeve reviews a debut collection of poetry from Nashua Gallagher.
Winnie L.M Yee looks at how the content and production of Hollywood genre films and world cinema reflect man’s place in the postwar landscape of nuclear fear and climate crisis.
Harry Yi-Jui Wu reviews a collection of essays that discuss the often disorienting impact of the introduction of Western biological and medical sciences to East Asia.
Lucas Klein reviews Forrest Gander’s challenging new collection of poetry.
In the second of a mini-series of interviews conducted by Nigerian poet and novelist Timothy Ogene, journalist and author Michela Wrong is the guest.
Natalia Delazari reviews Marcel Krueger’s intriguing new book which raises important questions about the intersection of memory, imagination, and identity in the genre of the memoir.