Latest Reviews

Blue in Chicago, by Bette Howland

Reviewed by Juliano Zaffino || While it may seem paradoxical for prose to be at once stark and ornamentally lyrical, Bette Howland was not a writer to shy away from such a challenge.

Boy Parts, by Eliza Clark

Reviewed by Terri-Jane Dow || Boy Parts – our book club pick for September – is the most deliciously grim book I’ve read for a while.

If I Had Your Face, by Frances Cha

Reviewed by Terri-Jane Dow || This time last year, I was in Seoul, mesmerised by streets upon winding streets of bustling beauty stores in Myeong-dong.

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Recent Writing

Surviving

by Fionna Cumming || March hits like a fist, these Ides the first we’ve truly had to be wary of since Caesar bled, and we didn’t heed the warnings.

White Elephant

by Sian Norris || “It just doesn’t look right,” Iris said, wringing her hands. Meghan couldn’t take her eyes off those hands. She didn’t think she’d ever seen anyone actually wring their hands before.

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Book Club

September’s pick is BOY PARTS by Eliza Clark, out 23rd July

Meet up details to follow