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Family ties are challenged and remade during politically divisive and tumultuous times in Véronique Olmi’s intimate and brilliantly written novel, Daughters Beyond Command.
Read More “‘You had to tell children the truth’: intergenerational bonds, backlashes, secrets and alliances in Veronique Olmi’s Daughters Beyond Command”
Vivian Gornick’s latest collection of essays on literature, culture and feminism demonstrates the power of the voice in personal journalism.
Read More “Taking A Long Look: an exhilarating journey through Vivian Gornick’s criticism”
In this first instalment of her self-conceived series, Life in Languages, Elodie Rose Barnes considers how texts in translation have made an impact on her life and writing, especially during lockdown, and sees the art of translation as a bridge in the era of physical distancing.
Read More “Life in Languages, Chapter 1: Origins”
Our editor-in-chief, Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou, looks ahead to some of the highlights of the first ever Lucy Cavendish Fiction Prize Festival, taking place this Saturday.
Read More “The Lucy Cavendish Fiction Prize Festival”