The privet leaves disordered
by stiff gusts, long henna’d strands
flurry at her face, in memory.
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Peter Pomerantsev on the move to post-truth politics.
Statistician Patrick Ball on the unprecedented number of police homicides in the United States.
The short story that became the Man Booker International-winning novel, The Vegetarian.
Kevin Barry remembers writing in Cork.
Discover the underground LGBT club scene in Nigeria.
‘I am lying in the foetal position on a beach in the east of England.’
‘So tight he whispered / from beyond the haze, thrusting until she was no longer a part of me.’
‘Fingers twirl / composite stems whose colour / twist rock-candies, snake-ladders / precious yellow, less-rare green.’
‘While the terrible pain of speech is made clear, this book ultimately reminds us that we must not be silenced.’
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