Friday, 16 December 2022 12:35

'A Faceless Compass' in the Yale Review

The Winter 2022 issue of the Yale Review celebrates the tenth year of the Windham-Campbell Prizes. The issue features new work by current and former prize-winners, including this essay by Ivan Vladislavic.

Read the issue here


  • The Distance

    In the spring of 1970, a Pretoria schoolboy falls in love with Muhammad Ali. He begins to collect cuttings about Read More
  • The Exploded View

    ‘The boundaries of Johannesburg are drifting away, sliding over pristine ridges and valleys, lodging in tenuous places, slipping again. At Read More
  • The Folly

    One quiet evening, somewhere in the old South Africa, the settled existence of Mr and Mrs Malgas is disrupted by Read More
  • 101 Detectives

    A private-eye convention and a tussle over a Pierneef. A young man’s unsettling experience in the American South and a tragedy Read More
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