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Eduardo Soteras Jalil is an Argentinian photographer. His projects include En El Camino, Neutral Fire, Masafer: Life in the Interstice, All the Ices the Ice and What Remains. He is based in Kinshasa.
‘Just follow me, she had said, you do nothing but what I tell you to.’ An extract from Yiyun Li’s new novel.
‘While Fateha is fleeing westward with her children, another woman is trying to save herself from the city on the shore of the Sea of Azov.’ Memoir by Sana Valiulina, translated by Polly Gannon.
Kirill Kobrin on living through war and the conflict in Ukraine. Translated from the Russian by Veronika Zitta.
‘The scrubbing of floors or rugs. People down on their knees, “tamping” the stain.’ Alex Hyde on the everyday gestures that make a life.
‘I’m drawn to the irrational because it has the potential to radicalise our senses.’ The authors discuss ghosts, transgenerational mourning and communal cooking.
‘In the black fog of her grief, Anna Kraft received an invitation.’
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