In 2019 I gravitated to stories of radical, political change (can you blame me?), and there seemed to be a surplus available.
Girl, Woman, Other is a book intensely concerned with the politics of identity and creativity, and how they have shifted over the 20th century.
Robin DiAngelo’s book is a measured, deeply considered and provoking guide to taking white fragility apart.
The old Lie, according to WWI poet Wilfred Owen, is that there is glory to be found in dying for one’s country. Claire G. Coleman’s new novel of the same title is a systematic demolishing of that lie.