All posts tagged fiction
Damon Galgut discusses the weird compulsion of writing fiction
CHRISTINE EMMETT reviews The Children Act, the precise and elegant — but ultimately unsatisfying — new novel by Ian McEwan.
An extract from Fiona Leonard’s new novel.
A holiday proves hard to forget in this new short story by Jana van Niekerk.
In a wide-ranging interview, Geoff Dyer tells SIMON VAN SCHALKWYK about language, writing and a sense of place.
LARA BUXBAUM finds a celebration of the ordinary in Strange Pilgrimages, a collection of short stories by Achmat Dangor.
CHRISTINE EMMETT chats to acclaimed writer and editor Ivan Vladislavić about his passionate and painstaking approach to constructing fiction.
LARA BUXBAUM is gobsmacked by the brilliance of George Saunders’s new short story collection, the Folio Prize-winning Tenth of December.