By Jonathan Derbyshire - 31 December 10:31
The literary highlights of 2012.
By Mark Gatiss - 31 December 7:42
Mark Gatiss tells Robin Ince about his love of MR James.
By Alex Hern - 23 December 6:23
A love story about a male escort, told with dogs. What's not to like?
By Geoffrey Wheatcroft - 19 December 7:21
By Hannah Berry - 14 December 12:00
Hannah Berry is happy to be a British comics creator, even if she's not Respectable just yet…
By Amanda Craig - 13 December 7:17
The festive season is a good time to get children into books.
By Philip Maughan - 13 December 7:14
The Books Interview.
By Chris Mullin - 13 December 7:11
Like any master of the art, the secret of his success is that he employs a light touch rather than a sledgehammer.
By Leo Robson - 13 December 7:04
Both Flesh and Not: Essays - review.
By Lesley Chamberlain - 13 December 6:59
A new biography reviewed.
By David Herman - 13 December 6:52
In Two Minds: a Biography of Jonathan Miller - review.
By Simon Kuper - 13 December 6:47
A story of modern France and modern football.
By Martin Cloake - 12 December 16:47
A new book tells the story of Tottenham Hotspur and their fans, one of "football’s great romances".
By Laura Sneddon - 12 December 10:45
"Comics aren't for kids anymore!" is a tired cliché: what about the comics which really are for kids? Laura Sneddon writes about the strengths of all-ages comics for British Comics Week.
By Seb Patrick - 11 December 15:49
Will there ever be room for another Roy of the Rovers?
By Colin A. Smith - 11 December 10:22
For British comics week, we'll be looking at a pair of creators from a different tradition each day. Today: Colin Smith speaks to Al Ewing and Henry Flint.
By Alex Hern - 10 December 18:50
For British comics week, we'll be looking at a pair of creators from a different tradition each day. Today: Karrie Fransman and Tom Humberstone
By New Statesman - 10 December 13:36
The New Statesman's original reviews of The Hobbit and The Two Towers.
By Bryan Appleyard - 06 December 7:45
"Inside the Centre: the Life of J Robert Oppenheimer" by Ray Monk reviewed.
By Michael Sayeau - 06 December 7:38
In "Travels in China", Roland Barthes struggles to find things left to interpret.
By Claire Lowdon - 06 December 7:30
Nancy Huston's "Infrared" reviewed.
By Helen Lewis - 06 December 7:25
Grace Coddington's memoir is neither brutally honest nor amusingly bonkers. Thank God for the cat psychic.
By Tam Hussein - 04 December 13:51
Ibrahim Nasrallah's novel attempts to safeguard Palestinian cultural identity.
By Laura Sneddon - 29 November 11:53
The first British Comics Awards were hugely successful – except for their less-than-perfect gender balance, writes Laura Sneddon.
By New Statesman - 29 November 11:14
The New Statesman’s friends and contributors choose their favourite books of 2012.
By David Shariatmadari - 29 November 8:07
Gossip From the Forest: the Tangled Roots of Our Forests and Fairy Tales - review.
By Vernon Bogdanor - 29 November 8:04
"Making Thatcher’s Britain" and "The Conservatives Since 1945" reviewed.