Murder, sex, dystopia and madness earned spots on the diverse longlist for the 2019 Booker Prize.
The Jewish authors on the list included a finalist for the Man-Booker Prize and the author of a stunning debut novel.
2016 Man Booker Prize shortlist includes Deborah Levy’s “Hot Milk” and Paul Beatty’s “The Sellout,” a novel that prompted the Forward’s Adam Langer to wonder its author might be the new Philip Roth.
One of the unexpected pleasures of recent years has been the second coming of the South African-born British novelist and playwright Deborah Levy.
Deborah Levy’s ‘An Amorous Discourse in the Suburbs of Hell,’ recently revised and re-published, is a timeless fable of suburban disquiet and divine intervention.
Things I Don’t Want to Know: A Response to George Orwell’s Why I Write
By Deborah Levy
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