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Priya Hein’s poetic, visceral novel addresses the devastating legacies of slavery, racial injustice and economic disparity in Mauritius, layering the stories of fifteen year old Noemi and those of her enslaved ancestors to lay bare the brutal realities of colonialism, writes Laetitia Erskine.
Read More “Riambel by Priya Hein: a sensual and deceptively simple evocation of generational slavery”
Nana Nkweti cleaves open worlds shaped by Cameroonian heritage and American individuality, deftly revealing complex cultural exchanges in these immersive, genre-bending short stories.
Read More “Walking on Cowrie Shells by Nana Nkweti: an exuberant, insightful short story collection”
Sam Mills explores the rise of the ‘chauvo-feminist’ and asks, while women have been focusing on empowerment, have some men simply changed tactics?
Read More “Chauvo-Feminism: men, women, and feminism in the aftermath of #MeToo”