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The Keshiki Series: New Voices from Japan (Part 1)

Eight chapbooks, each containing a tale (or tales) of around thirty or forty pages, all by Japanese authors of varying successes that you may not have heard of. If you have, here is more of what you already love. If you have not, these books are a wonderful treat indeed: a glimpse into the styles, themes, and stories that these writers’...

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How to Spend 24 Hours in Kuala Lumpar

24 Hours in Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia and is a unique city to visit in South East Asia. At first glance it is a modern city like any other, filled with many skyscrapers and modern buildings. However, look closer and you will find that it is also home to fascinating colonial architecture and natural parks. If...

Review: Killing Commendatore – Haruki Murakami

Killing Commendatore | Haruki Murakami | Translated by Philip Gabriel Most established authors become known for their tropes, be they genre, theme, character type, or writing style. For Murakami, his tropes are his events. Read enough of his works (whilst listening to a few old jazz records) and the lines between them start to blur. You...

Autumn Must Read Books

Autumn Must-Read Books | October/November 2018 List

It’s that time again. Here is our latest list of upcoming novels and non-fiction that we’re excited for this Autumn. There are some fantastic and truly moving reads this time around; enjoy! All you Can Ever Know  Nicole Chung If there’s one book on this list you decide to give a try, it’s this one. This poignant memoir will...