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Winter 2022
Wake by Ali Smith | The Kangxi Emperor by Yan Lianke, translated by Carlos Rojas | Broth by Diana Evans | Treehuggers by Ross Raisin | Gorgon by Lizzy Stewart
Podcast: Diana Evans
Ya-chun Liu: Fiction tells many stories on both sides of the Taiwan Strait | Richard Lea: An unnatural winter

Autumn 2022
The Land by Evie Wyld | Manifest by Amy Sackville | Mushrooms Withering in My Fridge by Adania Shibli, translated by Yasmine Seale | Night Birds by Arinze Ifeakandu | AA by Julian Hanshaw
Podcast: Evie Wyld
Bella Lack: We need stories to fight the climate crisis | Richard Lea: Misunderstanding the power of fiction

Summer 2022
Be Good by Sarah Hall | My American Cousin by Alain Mabanckou, translated by Helen Stevenson | Tupperware by Ladee Hubbard | The Things They Don’t Talk About by Owen Booth | Confinement by Isabel Greenberg
Podcast: Sarah Hall
Helen Stevenson: Dancing to the music of translation | Kate Tsurkan: Ukraine – fiction on the front line | Richard Lea: New beginnings

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