At Night All Blood is Black – David Diop

June 9, 2021
This remarkable novel fills in a forgotten chapter in the history of World War I. Blending oral storytelling traditions with the gritty, day-to-day, journalistic horror of life in the trenches, David Diop's At Night All Blood is Black is a dazzling tale of a man’s descent into madness.

Amnesty – Aravind Adiga

March 17, 2021
A riveting, suspenseful, and exuberant novel from the bestselling, Man Booker Prize–winning author about a young illegal immigrant who must decide whether to report crucial information about a murder—and thereby risk deportation.

Ghachar Ghochar – Vivek Shanbhag

December 23, 2020
In this novella, Kannada-language author Vivek Shanbhag presents the story of a family afflicted with sudden wealth, after having lived in poverty. Through the narrator, Shanbhag describes a changing family dynamic and personal experience to offer a potent social commentary on the consequences of India's liberal reforms.

Track Changes – Sayed Kashua

April 29, 2020
A powerful novel that explores the notions of identity and belonging of Palestinians in Israel and abroad through a masterful narrative, replete with nuance and melancholy beauty.

We, the Survivors – Tash Aw (fiction)

November 29, 2019
We, the Survivors, Tash Aw, Hamish Hamilton, 2019, pp.326, ISBN 978-0-7352-3855-8 After British Malaya on the brink of Japanese invasion (The Harmony Silk Factory), post-colonial crackdown on leftists in Indonesia and Malaysia (Map of the Invisible World) and bustling Shanghai (Five Star Billionaire), Tash Aw has turned his narrative lens