Roger Luckhurst reviews M. John Harrison’s “Wish I Was Here: An Anti-Memoir.”
Roger Luckhurst reviews the new collection of essays “Uneven Futures: Strategies for Community Survival from Speculative Fiction” from MIT Press.
The Necessity of Being Judgmental: On “k-punk: The Collected and Unpublished Writings of Mark Fisher”
"k-punk" is a primer in how to write cultural criticism today. If it is a catastrophe that we no longer have Mark Fisher, we at least have this...
Ahmed Saadawi’s novel “Frankenstein in Baghdad” continues to win prizes for good reason: it is one of the best fictional accounts of the Iraq War yet.
Mark Fisher’s “The Weird and the Eerie” is a fitting tribute to an author who had the rare capacity to write lucidly about dark and difficult things.
Mark Fisher's fans, friends, and colleagues remember the author of "Capitalist Realism" and "The Weird and the Eerie."
STEPHEN KING HAS been in a retrospective groove for a while. He first attempted the long novel Under the Dome in 1972 and couldn’t fix it until it...
The literary world tends to think of genre fiction in very short-hand terms, defined by rigid conventions, styles, plots, and readerships.