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.
Stuart Walton reviews the last short story collection of Denis Johnson.
Angus Reoch and Edwin Montoya Zorrilla explore the uneasy relationship between travelling and death.
Jeffrey Tam writes about political and social struggles of Hong Kong’s youth.
Marcel Kruger on a vital new text about the Russian Revolution.