Winner of the Alfaguara Prize 2011, Winner of the Gregor von Rezzori Price 2013, Shortlisted for the International IMAC Dublin Literary Reward 2014 Juan Gabriel Vásquez's novel explores the legacy of the Columbian drug trade through the experiences of one tortured soul to compelling effect. Anita Sethi, Observer

Winner of the Alfaguara Prize 2011, Winner of the Gregor von Rezzori Price 2013, Shortlisted for the International IMAC Dublin Literary Reward 2014 Juan Gabriel Vásquez's novel explores the legacy of the Columbian drug trade through the experiences of one tortured soul to compelling effect. Anita Sethi, Observer

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Writer and journalist Anita Sethi writes about the story of the blind men and the elephant, which has inspired many illustrations including this one by Paul Galdone: http://www.jjbooks.com/illustration-series/anita-sethi

Writer and journalist Anita Sethi writes about the story of the blind men and the elephant, which has inspired many illustrations including this one by Paul Galdone: http://www.jjbooks.com/illustration-series/anita-sethi

Anita Sethi

Anita Sethi

Libraries don't have to be a thing of the past - just look at Melbourne's | Anita Sethi | Opinion | The Guardian

Libraries don't have to be a thing of the past - just look at Melbourne's

Libraries don't have to be a thing of the past - just look at Melbourne's | Anita Sethi | Opinion | The Guardian

A five-year study into the practice of ‘bacha posh’ sheds new light on oppression in Afghanistan, writes Anita Sethi. The Underground Girls of Kabul: The Hidden Lives of Afghan Girls Disguised As Boys by Jenny Nordberg – review

The Underground Girls of Kabul: The Hidden Lives of Afghan Girls Disguised As Boys by Jenny Nordberg – review

A five-year study into the practice of ‘bacha posh’ sheds new light on oppression in Afghanistan, writes Anita Sethi. The Underground Girls of Kabul: The Hidden Lives of Afghan Girls Disguised As Boys by Jenny Nordberg – review

Laline Paull’s debut, an allegory of human mores and emotions set in a bees’ nest, revels in lyrical prose, writes Anita Sethi

The Bees by Laline Paull review – ‘a richly evocative feast for the senses’

Laline Paull’s debut, an allegory of human mores and emotions set in a bees’ nest, revels in lyrical prose, writes Anita Sethi

In this collection of nine stories, Margaret Atwood peels away layers of the human experience, says Anita Sethi

Stone Mattress review – Margaret Atwood’s deft touch illuminates old age

In this collection of nine stories, Margaret Atwood peels away layers of the human experience, says Anita Sethi

This collation of Virginia Woolf's thoughts on her writing provides a fascinating insight into her work and the workings of her mind, writes Anita Sethi

This collation of Virginia Woolf's thoughts on her writing provides a fascinating insight into her work and the workings of her mind, writes Anita Sethi

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