In this centenary year of her birth, Carrington is at last receiving the attention she deserves.
Politicians from both sides of the House share their picks of the year.
Naomi Alderman's The Power imagines how women would behave if they, not men, were the dominant gender.
From Eimear McBride to Stuart Maconie, The Argonauts to Transit, writers share their picks of the year.
This witty guide to masculinity in the 21st century challenges traditional definitions of manhood.
Corbyn gets the court biography treatment in The Candidate, yet the book has little to say about the world beyond Labour's left.
Swift believed that humans have an innate capacity for reason, which they fail to use. But did he take the human comedy too seriously?
Frantumaglia: a Writer’s Journey is a collection of letters, interviews and pieces from 1991 to this year, and explore the writer's urge to run away.
Reading Abramović's memoir is rather like watching EastEnders: I didn’t learn anything about performance art reading, but I can't deny I had fun.
Zadie Smith's new novel is enjoyable but tries to do too much. Next time, she should slow down, lean back and try out a waltz.
A new book by James Sharpe investigates of our deep-rooted addiction to brutality.
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