The Manic Pixie Dream Girl does not exist in the wild.
It seemed ironic to be craving a book titled ‘The Lonely City’ in the middle of March.
Jia Tolentino has been dubbed the spokesperson for the millennial mindset.
Tennis Lessons is an incredibly relatable, poignant portrait of young womanhood.
Reviewed by James Tennent | Get out of London, get out of Paris, get out of Bangkok.
Juliano Zaffino “For woods are forms of grief / grown from the earth” : Seán Hewitt’s debut full-length collection of poems, Tongues of Fire, begins in familiar territory, both figuratively and literally: of the forty exquisite, tender, exultant and exalted poems, fifteen were previously published in his acclaimed pamphlet Lantern, and ten of these iridescent poems appear in [...]
Reviewed by Lauren Vevers
It is a kind of dark serendipity that a book about (amongst other things) what it means to live and create at the mercy of time and measured productivity – what Baume calls “the terrible responsibility” – should be launched in the midst of an international pandemic.
Reviewed by Terri-Jane Dow | “The Witch is dead,” proclaims the blurb of Fernanda Melchor’s incredible (and incredibly violent) Hurricane Season.
Reviewed by Ella Thorold