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Small Bodies of Water, by Nina Mingya Powles

Reviewed by Sophie Putze || “Where is the place your body is anchored? Which body of water is yours?” It is this central theme of identity and belonging that is broadly considered in Nina Mingya Powles’ latest collection of essays.

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Matrix by Lauren Groff

Seventeen-year-old Marie, too wild for courtly life, is thrown to the dogs one winter morning, expelled from the royal court to become the prioress of an abbey. Marie is strange – tall, a giantess, her elbows and knees stick out, ungainly.
MATRIX is a bold vision of female love, devotion and desire from one of the most adventurous writers at work today.

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Sadie

by Sheila Kinsella || Sadie flopped into an armchair and watched the solar-powered toy hula lady wiggling away on the windowsill.

Her Wings

by John Brantingham || My love keeps her wings secret under her clothes until at night when she steps out onto the balcony.

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