By Jon Day - 14 March 10:24
Days at the races.
By Simon Heffer - 14 March 10:06
By John Sutherland - 14 March 9:48
By Richard Overy - 14 March 9:32
If only the Taliban were like us.
By Philip Maughan - 13 March 22:47
Books will be nominated by a one-hundred strong Academy of "ideal" readers.
By New Statesman - 13 March 0:01
Hilary Mantel nominated alongside six first-time novelists.
By Juliet Jacques - 12 March 15:06
An innovative "memoir" reassesses the place of women in modern literature.
By The Old Statesman - 12 March 13:13
Reviews by Amis, Pritchett, Royde-Smith and Naipul.
By Sarah Ditum - 10 March 9:32
Rowling is often presented as a stultifyingly middle-class and cosy writer. That's unfair, says Sarah Ditum: her adult fiction makes a clear political point in a way few modern novels do.
By Philip Maughan - 08 March 13:06
Inaugural recipients include Tom MacCarthy, James Salter and Zoë Wicomb.
By Michael Moran - 08 March 10:59
The fizzy, fascinating style of P G Wodehouse cannot be imitated - Sebastian Faulks is a fool to try, says Michael Moran.
By Rachel Bowlby - 07 March 11:44
By The Old Statesman - 07 March 11:43
From our correspondence.
By Olivia Laing - 07 March 11:33
By Leo Robson - 07 March 11:01
Across the boundary.
By David Shariatmadari - 07 March 10:34
By Philippa Stockley - 07 March 10:16
Strike a pose.
By John Gray - 07 March 10:00
By Simon Smith - 06 March 10:12
Bard of the Bay Area.
By Luke Maxted - 28 February 17:42
From the archives: Craig Raine and the birth of Martian poetry.
By Philip Maughan - 28 February 13:17
"God-wise, I'm kinda fucked".
By Bryan Appleyard - 28 February 13:09
By David Cesarani - 28 February 13:07
The will to live.
By Jonathan Derbyshire - 28 February 13:05
The Books Interview.
By Richard Mabey - 28 February 12:46
Where the wild things are.
By Adam Kirsch - 28 February 12:43
Obsession in the age of the internet.
By Tom Abba - 28 February 12:32
We should replace books with something different and better, writes Tom Abba.
By Juliet Jacques - 25 February 9:08
A new volume remembers "experimental" author B S Johnson as far more than a novelist.