In the Russian novelist's latest, inhabitants of a war-ravaged Europe can find solace only by hammering nails made of a hallucinogenic substance into their skulls.
'The dictator kills you for a poem...'
In today’s Russia, feminists form one of the most active social movements defying state repression. Now they’re uniting to resist Vladimir Putin’s war on Ukraine.
'Even death does not free a life imprisoned by hate.'
This comic strip is part of 'Puli Tales', a series which follows an Indian politician who acquires divine weapons that help him gain political power.
A response to being called an 'anti-national' for not viewing the state of affairs in India through the majoritarian lens.
This is a work of fiction.
Yoko Ogawa's 'The Memory Police' imagines a world where memories are policed, targeted, altered and erased to suit the regime.
And there's not too much the rest of the world can do to stop them.