by Miriam Vaswani
In Scottish museums, in Middle Eastern cafés, on crowded Russian trains, in her lovers’ beds, watching the city from the top of a tower block, Jill is a solitary figure. Like her twin brother, she moves from uncertain beginnings as the child of troubled, debt-ridden parents, to become a successful woman who makes the globe her home. Her social and professional competence are as much a constant as her memories of early grief and attachment to vanished people.
Postcards from a life. Small, well-traveled, and perfectly formed.
The October release of the Pankhearst Singles Club.