The division of rewards between capital and labour seems to be growing ever-more skewed.
James Gleick's Time Travel: A History offers hope and nostalgia.
Dead relatives, death-filled homes, rural wanderings fill Sara Baume's haunting new novel.
Adam Kirsch on Daniel Swift's The Bughouse: the Poetry, Politics and Madness of Ezra Pound.
In her latest work, Fiona Sampson’s verse is alive to musicality.
The British Museum's new exhibition reveals the resilience of First Nations culture.
Whitney Terrell's third novel is a powerful, and sometimes heartbreaking, war story.
Peter Conradi’s Who Lost Russia? How the World Entered a New Cold War traces the accumulation of distrust between the West and Russia.
In From Bacteria to Bach and Back, Daniel C Dennett investigates the evolution of consciousness.
Governing from the Skies by Thomas Hippler examines the changing role of aerial bombing.
This Is Memorial Device vividly recalls the teen years of the post-punk generation. I'm just not sure I wanted to remember.