A woman’s descent into poverty provides a powerful finale to the Zimbabwean author’s trilogy.
Brilliant, iconoclastic women are all over this week’s list. There’s Janis Joplin, the subject of Holly George-Warren’s new biography; Carmen Maria Machado, whose memoir traces the path of an abusive relationship;
This bold, unflinching debut about power and dependency explores the relationship between a disabled art student and his carer.
The acclaimed Nigerian author’s ‘novel-in-stories’ about six African refugees in Europe is rich and complex From his 2002 debut novel, Waiting for an Angel, about a reporter jailed in the 90s […]
Prejudice and the refugee experience are examined in this taut novel set in Malaysia.
This chilling account of the war in South Sudan gives a voice to those trapped by the brutality.
Fiction nearly always relies on a clever observer to pry inside the minds and lives of its characters