The WanderersGuadalupe Nettel’s story of migration and the mating rituals of the albatross, translated from the Spanish by Sophie Hughes.
Woman’s Body: An Owner’s Manual‘In the year before my first period, my mother gives me a book called Woman’s Body, An Owner’s Manual.’ – Evie Wyld
A Kidnapped West or Culture Bows OutA seminal essay by Milan Kundera on the cultural divide between Soviet Russia and Western Europe during the Cold War years.
Téa Obreht on not seeing a moose in the woods of Wyoming.
The Advent of the AI Co-Author
What will happen to writers when novels are written by artificial intelligence?
Cumbrian Fell Pony
’Manes as coarse as moor grass.’ – Sarah Hall on the fell pony
The Emily Dickinson Series
What would an ‘ideal’ transcript of an Emily Dickinson poem look like?