A Strange Woman – Leylâ Erbil
by Marina Manoukian
A Strange Woman tells of a woman’s love affair with life, though it is a life that existed before her and will exist long after.
When the Whales Leave – Yuri Rytkheu
In this light, Chavasse’s translation is but one echo within a cavernous history, itself but a momentary iteration on its way to another.
Last of Her Name – Mimi Lok
Lok’s stories negotiate and transgress the limits of the nearly impossible.
Feminism for the 99%: A Manifesto – Cinzia Arruzza, Tithi Bhattacharya, and Nancy Fraser
Neoliberalism is a crappy fiction.