Teun Voeten is a photojournalist and the author of How De Body? – Hope and Horror in Sierra Leone.
‘I felt ruined by my time in Pocahontas County – no other place would ever be so good.’ An excerpt from Emma Copley Eisenberg’s The Third Rainbow Girl.
Two women working shifts in a train station make a connection in this short story translated from the German by Katy Derbyshire.
‘That is what capital L literature is in some ways, a conversation with the ghosts all around us.’An interview with the 2019 Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year.
‘I am not saying you cannot be gay. How hard is it to be normal and gay?’
‘Blood had started to come out from within, thick and dark blood that forced me to use sanitary pads every month.’
‘Twenty-one days it takes to hatch eggs, twenty-one nights, and there sits the great fierce hen who had accepted me as protector and jailer for that time.’
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