Grafton Tanner reviews a memoir that looks at the working conditions of big industry – how corporatism breaks, imprisons, and sometimes kills its workers.
Claire Qian reviews a volume that considers the role of poetry in times of trauma.
Chloe Lim reviews Roseann Lake’s provocative new book on the pressures faced by women in today’s China.
Karolinn Fiscaletti discusses two important new poetry collections from Canarium Books.
Stephen Davies discusses the latest by Agnes Ku, whose poetry/prose/image project confronts modern life in Hong Kong.
Following the revelations of Cambridge Analytica’s involvement in Brexit and the election of Trump, J.A. Smith asks whether the relationship between populism and digital media goes deeper than the rogue behaviour of particular companies and campaigns.
Mary Jean Chan reviews the latest collection by Ishion Hutchinson, published recently by Faber.
In the first of a mini-series of interviews by Nigerian poet and novelist Timothy Ogene, Canadian travel and fiction writer Jean McNeil is the guest.