Joanna Scott is a fiction writer. Among her many books are Arrogance, The Manikin, and, most recently, Follow Me. Her most recent novel is De Potter’s Grand Tour.
For all the ways it is rife with tenderness, fury and ugliness, William Faulkner’s fiction is stubbornly persistent in its artistry.
In Life Sentences, William Gass shows that consciousness needs to be stressed to be strengthened.
Remembering David Markson (1927–2010), whose playful novels pushed storytelling to the edge of understanding.
J.M. Coetzee’s Summertime and the fictions of self-deception.