Morocco Bound Review

Featured

Not Making Sense: The Politics of Gayl Jones’s Palmares

Emily Moore
Review

Born in 1949 in Lexington, Kentucky, Gayl Jones has published four novels alongside poetry and short story collections as well as a play. Despite being a “literary legend”, she is extremely reclusive and declines all interviews. Her first novel Corregidora...


More Articles

The Perils of Unlimited Peace, Love & Freedom

Lucie Jubin
Review

This story starts in Paris, in May 1968. Students from Nanterre university (near Paris) and the...

David Graeber's Bullshit Jobs

Anonymous Worker
Review

I’m writing to you from a state many of us have trudged through this year. Endless...

Gig: A Short Story

Zoë Dutton
Sharepiece

This is hell. Black fucking bootlegs and a black plastic shirt and a stifled city summer...

Dream House as Review

Lucy Mordaunt
Review

The disappearance of Lauren Spierer, a 20 year old who went missing from Bloomington, Indiana in...