Johanna von Pezold uses insights from her fieldwork in Mozambique to explore China–Africa relations through the lens of fashion.
Ivan Boldyrev reviews a fascinating revisitation of Eisenstein’s Capital project.
Paul Scott Stanfield reviews a campus novel…er…poem.
Darren Huang reviews Jessica J. Lee’s hybrid work of nature writing, memoir, and history investigating Taiwan and her family’s past.
Chris Maden reviews An Yu’s haunting and intelligent debut novel, centred on relationships in modern China.
Emily Chow-Quesada reviews the Hong Kong Writers Circle’s 16th annual anthology of tales about the city.
Paul Clinton Corrigan reviews Francesca Ferrando’s important intervention in the debates encircling the notion of Posthumanism.
Liam Bishop reviews Lee Hyemi’s second collection of surrealist poetry.