Writing as Therapy: Damon Galgut on Unpicking a Psychological Knot Through Fiction

The award-winning gay author Damon Galgut reflects on the compulsion behind crafting stories –  and what it means to be a “real” novelist.

Capturing campus politics with wit, warmth and nuance: “Okay, Okay, Okay” reviewed

Finuala Dowling’s fifth novel captures the tragicomic absurdities of universities grappling with change.

A powerful portrait of the immigrant experience: “On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous” reviewed

This is easily one of the best debut novels of the year: an unflinching, lyrical dissection of tragedy and trauma — large and small.