Best Books of 2015

Written by Maggie Gee for The Guardian on Sunday, November 29th, 2015

The most important and exciting anthology of short stories published this year is Closure: Contemporary Black British Short Stories (Peepal Tree Press), edited by Jacob Ross, containing a range of stunning new writing, such as Leone Ross’s surreal story about the materialising of lost hymens in the street, “tiny, silken, throbbing things”