A grim, aching study of women’s guilt and men’s rage.
Strange, precise and elusive poetry.
Deborah Levy concisely summarises what makes her own writing so compelling.
A slight but full novel set in 1920s and 1990s Punjab.
There’s something haunted and occult about this otherwise godly classic.
A potent depiction of friendship.
Poetry that is elemental, grief-stricken, unearthly.
A bracing read about modern masculinity.
A fish-out-of-water tale that becomes something stranger.
It’s about whales.