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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.’”
Kathryn Cutler-MacKenzie talks to Maltese author and performer Loranne Vella about her collection of short fiction, what will it take for me to leave, the influence of performance on her work, memory as a liberating and imprisoning force, European feminism and her upcoming novel, Marta Marta.
Read More “Interview with author Loranne Vella: ‘This idea of a room, of a home, is very important, as the body is the first home’”
Rym Kechacha reviews Joseph Andras’ powerful novel, Tomorrow They Won’t Dare To Murder Us, and considers the impact of colonial violence and fights for independence around the world today.
Read More “Tomorrow They Won’t Dare To Murder Us by Joseph Andras & translated by Simon Leser”