November 2021: Discover Previews

There are a lot of wonderful titles from incisive poetry presses, impressive indies and energetic translated fiction publishers in this month’s preview.

Highlights in fiction are Seesaw, an “energetic comedy of cultural dislocation” by Timothy Ogene (Swift Press), The Song of Youth by Montserrat Roig (Fun d’Estampa Press) in which the author uses language as a weapon against political and social “dismemory”, and John Edgar Wideman’s collection of stories Look for Me and I’ll Be Gone (Canongate), which provides an essential insight into the state of America today.

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