Emerging Critics

Heaven, in a way, by Rodney Hall

Writing in Dark Times: Imre Kertész’s Difficult Legacy

Imre Kertész is Hungary’s sole winner of the Nobel Prize for literature

Southern Conversations:
J.M Coetzee in Buenos Aires

'I suspect what Coetzee means by the ‘real south’ will come more clearly into focus when counterposed with its opposite, ‘the mythic South’. This mythic South is an ‘imagined geography’ constructed through metropolitan discourse, like the Orient in the work of Edward Said. It is the locus onto which the North projects its fantasies, the North’s Other.'

Macintosh Classic 2. Photo by Danamania https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Danamania