Akhil Sharma’s ‘Cosmopolitan’ is a story of overlaps, or perhaps, multitudes. Part of the Faber Stories series – […]

‘Unveiled’ is an intriguing collection, most nominally [though not totally] because of its origins. Where the majority of […]

The beauty of The Shadow Booth is that, though we’ve been blessed with Volume 1, and indeed Volume […]

Acclaim follows David Means. Nominated for a Man Booker [for his novel ‘Hystopia’] and with four short story […]

There are times, when reading a short story collection, that my interest dips. I’m half-way through, around four […]

There’s a young girl a couple of sand dunes away, tottering up and down the mounds, digging her […]

Our head of books has been rather busy this year and has had a remarkable turnover of reviews. […]

Pushing back on the perceived notions of 1950’s America – the good old days, the easy life, prosperity […]

He’d been erasing me from the moment he saw me. Not that I knew it yet. Naked, perched […]

Centred on the life of former 1991 and 1994 U.S champion and Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding, and […]