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Litro contributor Lochlan Bloom reflects on his debut novel, The Wave.
Lochlan Bloom reviews a double bill of plays: Private View, Václav Havel’s commentary on moral compromise in a dictatorship, and Catastrophe, Beckett’s tribute to said Czech dissident.
Published for the first time in English, Ismail Kadare’s exploration of writing, realism and censorship moves between the everyday and mythic in Soviet Moscow.
Occasionally the outline of what might be called a traditional narrative is briefly glimpsed, or hinted at, poking out behind a phrase or historical reference…
Whilst cartoonish at times, Tyler Keevil’s The Drive is an entertaining and humorous road trip through the American wastelands.
Grimeborn Festival, a season of unorthodox operas at London’s Arcola Theatre, may take its name from Glyndebourne, but Lochlan Bloom will be surprised if it shares many of its visitors…