Brian Dillon’s study of the essay is a beautiful and elegiac volume – having read it, I re-read it.
Thai author Prabda Yoon descends into the voices and minds of a small cast of characters.
The displacements in Madame Zero are literal, figurative and occasionally fantastical.
Journalist Adam Federman clearly venerates his subject, and his research is overwhelmingly diligent.
Author David Hepworth has acquired deep reservoirs of knowledge, and a towering stack of anecdotes.
The division of rewards between capital and labour seems to be growing ever-more skewed.
A new book charts the many subtle ways boys and girls are treated differently.
After 15 years out of the education system, the children’s series returns – and the Tories are in power. Author Gillian Cross tells us what’s changed.
The quotation used - about a love of reading - is spoken by a character who only pretends to like books. So why choose it?
Paul Batchelor reviews his Night Sky with Exit Wounds, plus new works from Adam O’Riordan and Colette Bryce.
Author Tom Jeffreys trekked from London to Birmingham, and found no easy answers.