Calvert Reads

Serhiy Zhadan’s The Orphanage is a powerful novel on the experience of war in Ukraine | Calvert Reads

Serhiy Zhadan’s The Orphanage is a powerful novel on the experience of war in Ukraine | Calvert Reads

Witty and frank: Wislawa Szymborska’s book How to Start Writing (and When to Stop) | Calvert Reads

Witty and frank: Wislawa Szymborska’s book How to Start Writing (and When to Stop) | Calvert Reads

Coming alive with skiing: The Accident is an elegant interwar novel on winter love | Calvert Reads

Coming alive with skiing: The Accident is an elegant interwar novel on winter love | Calvert Reads

Nonconformist Ukrainian painter, Alexander Dubovik, stayed true to himself | Calvert Reads

Nonconformist Ukrainian painter, Alexander Dubovik, stayed true to himself | Calvert Reads

Dancing for Stalin: the harrowing story of a ballerina who survived the gulag | Calvert Reads

Dancing for Stalin: the harrowing story of a ballerina who survived the gulag | Calvert Reads

Be beguiled and bewitched by Dubravka Ugresic's novel Fox | Calvert Reads

Be beguiled and bewitched by Dubravka Ugresic’s novel Fox | Calvert Reads

The Union of Synchronised Swimmers by Cristina Sandu dives into the complexities of migration | Calvert Reads

The Union of Synchronised Swimmers by Cristina Sandu dives into the complexities of migration | Calvert Reads

Osip Mandelstam’s ‘Black Earth’ reaps sweetness from the darkest Soviet years | Calvert Reads

Osip Mandelstam’s ‘Black Earth’ reaps sweetness from the darkest Soviet years | Calvert Reads

Svetlana Alexievich’s Second Hand Time X-rays the transition from communism to capitalism | Calvert Reads

Svetlana Alexievich’s Second Hand Time X-rays the transition from communism to capitalism | Calvert Reads