Reviewed by Juliano Zaffino || “This is a female text.” A clear declaration of feminine literary intent, the mapping of body onto text, text onto body, begins and ends in Doireann Ní Ghríofa’s genre-defying prose debut A Ghost In The Throat.
Reviewed by Sophie Putze || From the beginning, you feel that something bad is going to happen to one, or both of the sisters in this novel.
Reviewed by Laura McDonagh || Too elitist, too close to Wall Street, too much of a feminist for some Americans’ tastes and not enough for others. Except ‘feminist’ might be the wrong descriptor altogether ... How do you solve a problem like Hillary?
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.
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.
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.
Reviewed by James Tennent || The Manic Pixie Dream Girl does not exist in the wild.
Reviewed by Sophie Putze || It seemed ironic to be craving a book titled ‘The Lonely City’ in the middle of March.
Reviewed by Molly McCracken || Jia Tolentino has been dubbed the spokesperson for the millennial mindset.
Reviewed by Clare Bogen || Tennis Lessons is an incredibly relatable, poignant portrait of young womanhood.