Good evening readers. Here's your round-up of today's must-read literary news, commentary and fiction.
- William Trevor, who passed away at 88 this week, "explored the fictional possibilities of every type of person but himself" Los Angeles Times
- From African goat herder to Nobel Prize contender: an interview with Ngugi wa Thiong'o The Washington Post
- 10 books by indigenous authors "for Thanksgiving, Standing Rock and everything in between" Lit Hub
- A new exhibit at Paris's Jeu de Paume titled Soulèvements ("Uprisings") considers depictions of revolt, from Goya to Polke Hyperallergic
- Female power at the Costa Book Awards: 14 out of 20 spots on the shortlist go to women writers, from pop journalist Sylvia Patterson to singer/poet Kate Tempest The Independent
- A personal essay about grappling with loss, and the hardness that "comes from a life lived underground Catapult
- Trevor Noah sits down with Fresh Air to discuss his new memoir, Born a Crime, and his mother's bravery and "magic dust" NPR
- Happy Thanksgiving! We'll be back with more literary news on Monday, November 28.