Calls for Reviews & Essays: December 2022

The Ancillary Review of Books publishes reviews and essays with an emphasis on utopian impulses and systemic injustices. ARB seeks to build a community of radical thinkers writing about amazing, speculative, global writing. If you are interested in writing for ARB, please check out our Procedures & Style Guide, and pitch us using the form … Continue reading Calls for Reviews & Essays: December 2022

Review Copy Available: China Miéville’s A Spectre, Haunting: On the Communist Manifesto

ARB regularly posts updates about review copies—print and digital—received by the editors and available for review. We receive this as a result of editor-direct outreach to presses to inquire about specific books and topics, as well as via our page describing review copy policy, available here. ARB has been offered a review copy of China Miéville's A Spectre, Haunting: On … Continue reading Review Copy Available: China Miéville’s A Spectre, Haunting: On the Communist Manifesto

Review Copy Available: Barzakh: The Land In-Between by Moussa Ould Ebnou

ARB regularly posts updates about review copies—print and digital—received by the editors and available for review. We receive this as a result of editor-direct outreach to presses to inquire about specific books and topics, as well as via our page describing review copy policy, available here. ARB has been offered a review copy of Moussa Ould Ebnou's Barzakh: The Land … Continue reading Review Copy Available: Barzakh: The Land In-Between by Moussa Ould Ebnou

Calls for Reviews & Essays: November 2022

The Ancillary Review of Books publishes reviews and essays with an emphasis on utopian impulses and systemic injustices. ARB seeks to build a community of radical thinkers writing about amazing, speculative, global writing. If you are interested in writing for ARB, please check out our Procedures & Style Guide, and pitch us using the form … Continue reading Calls for Reviews & Essays: November 2022

A Revolutionary Wave: Review of JJ Amaworo Wilson’s Nazaré

A Revolutionary Wave: Review of JJ Amaworo Wilson’s Nazaré Fabio Fernandes Under Review:Nazaré. JJ Amaworo Wilson. PM Press, 2021. First, let me explain one thing to you, reader: this is a review written by a person born and raised in a Third World country. As a Brazilian citizen, whose first language is Portuguese (our only … Continue reading A Revolutionary Wave: Review of JJ Amaworo Wilson’s Nazaré

Calls for Reviews & Essays: October 2022

The Ancillary Review of Books publishes reviews and essays with an emphasis on utopian impulses and systemic injustices. ARB seeks to build a community of radical thinkers writing about amazing, speculative, global writing. If you are interested in writing for ARB, please check out our Procedures & Style Guide, and pitch us using the form … Continue reading Calls for Reviews & Essays: October 2022

Calls for Reviews & Essays: September 2022

The Ancillary Review of Books publishes reviews and essays with an emphasis on utopian impulses and systemic injustices. ARB seeks to build a community of radical thinkers writing about amazing, speculative, global writing. If you are interested in writing for ARB, please check out our Procedures & Style Guide, and pitch us using the form … Continue reading Calls for Reviews & Essays: September 2022

Calls for Reviews & Essays: August 2022

The Ancillary Review of Books publishes reviews and essays with an emphasis on utopian impulses and systemic injustices. ARB seeks to build a community of radical thinkers writing about amazing, speculative, global writing. If you are interested in writing for ARB, please check out our Procedures & Style Guide, and pitch us using the form … Continue reading Calls for Reviews & Essays: August 2022

Review Copy Available: Emily Bergslien & Kat Weaver’s Uncommon Charm

ARB regularly posts updates about review copies—print and digital—received by the editors and available for review. We receive this as a result of editor-direct outreach to presses to inquire about specific books and topics, as well as via our page describing review copy policy, available here. ARB has been offered a review copy of Emily Bergslien & Kat Weaver's novella … Continue reading Review Copy Available: Emily Bergslien & Kat Weaver’s Uncommon Charm

Calls for Reviews & Essays: July 2022

The Ancillary Review of Books publishes reviews and essays with an emphasis on utopian impulses and systemic injustices. ARB seeks to build a community of radical thinkers writing about amazing, speculative, global writing. If you are interested in writing for ARB, please pitch us using the form below! Here's some titles for July we're interested … Continue reading Calls for Reviews & Essays: July 2022