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Vartika Rastogi talks to acclaimed author Ashley Nelson Levy about her debut novel Immediate Family, the literary tropes and cultural narratives around adoption, motherhood, the body and female desire since the overturning of Roe v Wade.
Read More “In conversation with author Ashley Nelson Levy: ‘I wanted to write about the grief that comes with not feeling at home in your body and how your body can dictate the shape of your home.’”
Naomi Booth’s short story collection delves into the nocturnal happenings of both animals and humans, revealing worlds that are closely intertwined in all the beauty, ugliness, and honesty of nature.
Read More “Animals at Night by Naomi Booth – a cuttingly haunting short story collection”
Writer Emma Korantema Hanson talks with author and director Sheena Patel about her debut novel, I’m a Fan, her self-created genre of “faction”, her literary influences, re-writing Black and Brown characters, the need for new (not nostalgic!) stories, and the pressure of perfectionism.
Read More “In conversation with author Sheena Patel: ‘Say the thing that you’re not supposed to say. The thing you normally keep quiet about.’”
A sizzling novel to read in the heat, when you’re hungry for life, Jessica Andrews’ Milk Teeth explores what it means for women to take up space unapologetically and allow their needs – and desires – to be met.
Read More “Milk Teeth by Jessica Andrews – a transporting, visceral second novel”