Sarah Henstra

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Kate Reed Petty is a clever writer with a sardonic wit

“But the story is mine only as the victim owns the prosecution, or the whale the harpoon.” The importance of owning the narrative in the wake of a sex(...)

Sarah-Davis Goff’s Last Ones Left Alive is an inventive, vividly realised feminist dystopia.

Where have all the writers gone? This year was marked by notable Irish debut novels from an engineer, civil servant and publisher, which tells us much(...)

   The Truants marks author Kate Weinberg out as a natural storyteller  who spins a decent yarn with lots of smaller yarns along the way

In a characteristically thought-provoking conversation between a lecturer and student in Kate Weinberg’s debut novel The Truants, the writer Agatha Ch(...)