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Despite stifling, Kafkaesque circumstances, Altan escapes through his imagination; his creativity feeds his very soul and allows him to survive—and write.
The Ungrateful Refugee: What Immigrants Never Tell You, by Dina Nayeri (Catapult, September) Iranian American novelist Nayeri’s nonfiction debut dovetails personal history with the contemporary experiences of today’s refugees.
Set in mid-1800s Virginia and sprinkled with magical realism, Coates’s novel follows the enslavement-to-freedom story of compelling protagonist Hiram Walker.
How We Fight for Our Lives, by Saeed Jones (Simon & Schuster, October) Award-winning poet and journalist Jones—a black, gay, young man—writes the story he needed “when he was confused, yearning, and hurting.” I Will Never See the World Again: The Memoir of an Imprisoned Writer, by Ahmet Altan and translated by Yasemin Çongar (Other Press, October) Arrested in 2016, Altan—one of Turkey’s most famous authors—is deemed guilty of “subliminal messages” against the Erdoğan regime, resulting in life imprisonment.
I went to queer speed dating, and a bunch of us went out for drinks together after - she was quiet and fun and I got her out of her shell and she was the best. The younger guys are (generally) looking for an easy hunting ground based on my experiences.
Gappa intriguingly fictionalizes the 1,000-mile odyssey from a small village (in what is now Zambia) to a British Zanzibar outpost from whence the dead doctor was ferried to his final resting place. but reconnecting with friends and lovers leads to murder.
They were short on guys and got some from the downstairs bar but overall, I'd recommend it.