MARCH 2018

A Contemporary Perspective: Conradology, edited by Becky Harrison & Magda Raczyńska (Comma Press, 2017). A.M. Bakalar reviews this new anthology, which celebrates Joseph Conrad’s 160th birthday anniversary through fiction and non-fiction responses to his writing by contemporary authors.


A Bilingual Notice: Suite for Barbara Loden by Nathalie Léger, translated by Natasha Lehrer and Cécile Menon. Delaina Haslam reviews Les Fugitives’ first publication (2015), a collaborative translation of a text that blends memoir with notes, fragments and scraps, while giving testament to its multilingual heritage.

Whose Anthropocene?: Anthropocene Feminism, edited by Richard Grusin. Reviewed by Kate Lewis Hood. Keenly aware that the Anthropocene debate – and our thread so far – has been skewed towards the male, Kate Lewis Hood focuses on the feminist perspective of the ecocritical debate. This review is part of our Ecocriticism Now thread.