An unsettling folktale for a modern age, Right Now explores the
darker recesses of the human ability to normalise our traumas.
Right Now by Catherine-Anne Toupin, translated by Christopher
Campbell is about Alice. Bereft, a mother without her child.
Haunted by the cries of her first-born, whilst dealing with the
nosy neighbours next door, Alice struggles to keep a grasp on
what's left of her shattered reality. Right Now is a richly drawn
portrait of a family coming to terms with their unremitting grief.
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