Ronnie Scott renders pre-pandemic life scintillatingly strange.
Category: Certified gay
Review: Box Hill by Adam Mars-Jones
Taught and supple as leather, menacing and poignant.
Review: The Island Of Missing Trees by Elif Shafak
A sweeping, grandiose tale of love and war.
Review: When I Sing, Mountains Dance by Irene Solà (translated by Mara Feye Lethem)
A short, elemental novel pulsing with the rhythms of time.
Review: Marlo by Jay Carmichael
An evocative portrayal of queer life under oppression.
Review: Modern Nature by Derek Jarman
Sex, death, life, art — this diary about a garden has it all.
Review: Tomb Of Sand by Geetanjali Shree (translated by Daisy Rockwell)
An epic novel that pushes at the boundedness of things.
Review: Against Disappearance (edited by Leah Jing McIntosh and Adolfo Aranjuez)
A challenging, demanding and exciting collection of nonfiction.
Review: Losing Face by George Haddad
A comin-of-age that troubles long after the final sentence.
Sex and death with Tennessee Williams
In his two Pulitzer-winning plays Tennessee Williams puts the light on the shadowy corners of desire.