Making the Self: In Conversation with Catherine Fatima

Catherine Fatima’s debut novel, Sludge Utopia, is an auto-fictional novel about sex, depression, family, shaky ethics, ideal forms of life, girlhood, and coaching oneself into adulthood under capitalism. Using her compulsive reading as a lens through which to bring coherence to her life, twenty-five-year-old Catherine engages in a series of sexual relationships, thinking that desire

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Feature Friday: Document 1 by François Blais, translated by JC Sutcliffe

Document 1 by François Blais, Translated by JC Sutcliffe

For this week’s edition of Feature Friday, we’re thrilled to bring you an excerpt from Document 1 by Québécois author (and underground superhero of French writing) François Blais,  translated into English by JC Sutcliffe. The latest title in our award-winning Literature in Translation Series, Document 1 is a tragicomic tale of two dreamers and their quest

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