“Night is falling or about to fall. It’s getting dark. Semi-dark. They are on the side of the road. The land around is bare, sparse with dots of short brush, shrubs. This is bad. It’s not safe to be on the side of the road in rural Transkei after dark. The dark is coming […]
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Boris Dralyuk finds the beginning of recovery in Anne Carson’s NOX, her book-object “box of shored fragments… occasioned by her long-estranged brother Michael’s death.”
Homeland, Nina Berman (Trolley Books) £24.99 Homeland collects photographer Nina Berman’s last seven years of exploring the way fear has manipulated American culture since the beginning of the Homeland Security Era. Her photographs do exactly what the best social commentary does: they capture the essence of things elegantly and succinctly. She’s done a good job […]
I’m now twenty days into the Year of Poetry experiment.
Sudeep Sen’s highly praised books include Postmarked India, Prayer Flag, Distracted Geographies, and the poetic meditation, Rain, illustrated by twenty of India’s top artists.