Tuesday, 16 February 2016

This week in Asian Review of Books

See the Asian Review of Books for ever-interesting discussion. Here are links to its newest reviews, excerpts, letters, essays, listings, translations, news items, and round ups:


"Write Stuff": industry talks and seminars 
We Gotta Get Out of This Place: The Soundtrack of the Vietnam War by Doug Bradley and Craig Werne reviewed by Glyn Ford
Outside reading: links to essays, interviews and news on books, translation and writing 
Olivia and Sophia by Rosie Milne reviewed by Stephen Joyce
Ghachar Ghochar by Vivek Shanbhag, translated by Srinath Perur reviewed by Jane Wallace
The Three Body Problem and The Dark Forest by Liu Cixin, translated by Ken Liu and Joel Martinsen reviewed by Dave Haysom
Tales of Two Cities, stories edited by Edmund Price, Harmony Sin Alice Clark-Platts and S Mickey Lin reviewed by Rosie Milne
One Point Two Billion, stories by Mahesh Rao reviewed by Peter Gordon
Fiction in brief: Death by Water by Kenzaburo Oe and The Well of Trapped Words by Sema Kaygusuz reviewed by Melanie Ho

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