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In Juliet Jacques’ compelling, subversive and vital debut collection of short stories, trans history and the myriad forms of the lived transgender experience are vividly and powerfully conveyed.
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Shamini Sriskandarajah talks to author Gemma Seltzer about her new short story collection Ways of Living and its themes of female friendship, religion, and the city.
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Shamini Sriskandarajah reviews this debut collection of London-based short stories, full of vivid, colourful characters and with a joyfully feminist streak.
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Marie NDiaye’s hazy novella, translated by Jordan Stump, unsettles the reader as much as the narrator in a mysterious memoir of strange encounters.
Read More “Self Portrait in Green: a slippery snapshot of a search for self”
Nine international artists, all of whom have adopted London as their home, share their experiences in this exciting new anthology.
Read More “Lucifer Over London: (re)discovering the city through new eyes”