Zadie Smith has a new short story, “Hanwell in Hell,” in the current issue of The New Yorker. It’s framed as a response to this personal ad:
I am looking to enter into correspondence with anyone who remembers my father, Mr. —- Hanwell, who was living in the central Bristol area between 1970 and 1973. Any details at all will be gratefully received by daughter trying to piece together the jigsaw. Please write back to P.O. Box 187.