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.
Gregory Sholette reviews Santiago Zabala’s Heidegger-inspired investigation of contemporary art and aesthetics.
Tom Sperlinger reviews Lara Feigel’s compelling work on the fascinating life of Doris Lessing.
Chloe Lim reviews Leta Hong-Fincher’s second book on women in today’s China.
Thomas L. Lynn, Jr. reviews David Harvey’s new work on the madness of capitalism.
Chloe Lim reviews Vahni Capildeo’s eclectic and irreverent collection of poems.
Grafton Tanner reviews a memoir that looks at the working conditions of big industry – how corporatism breaks, imprisons, and sometimes kills its workers.