AN Devers / May 9, 2019
Jeanette Winterson’s inventive fiction has always pushed boundaries. She tells AN Devers why her new novel is taking on gender-fluidity and the rise of humanoid robots
Prospect Team / May 9, 2019
In the days before Amazon algorithms served up your next read, one of the joys of reading was serendipity. As writers assemble in Britain’s town of books, speakers at Hay tell us about a chance...
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The first gay rights manifesto in English
This novel is alchemised into true art by a poet’s vision that left me with questions I was compelled to ask again, and again
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