Pushpinder Khaneka, the author of Read the World: A Country-by-Country Guide to the Best Books on the Global South, has compiled a literary tour of Ghana for The Guardian.
The Guardian has shared an exclusive excerpt from The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy.
Sam Leith considers the importance of indexers in a Google age. The best indexes, he writes, “are works of art”.
13 books from 11 different languages have been longlisted for the Man Booker international prize. The Guardian reports that books from Europe dominate the longlist, alongside two Israeli novels, and one apiece from China and Argentina.