Brian Dillon’s study of the essay is a beautiful and elegiac volume – having read it, I re-read it.
Author Jeffrey Boakye opens with a cascade of rhymes, displaying no little talent as a lyricist.
A State of Freedom grows more urgent and compelling as it proceeds.
Peter Ackroyd's gay history spans from the Romans to the present day.
Amanda Craig's novel engages with issues such as the housing crisis and the collapse of the middle class.
The footballer Zinedine Zidane is granted a recurring role, alongside David Lynch and Gerhard Richter.
Keith Lowe’s The Fear and the Freedom is an intimate portrayal of how human beings carry on when their world has changed for ever.
From Frank Bryce to Charity Burbage.
For the 100th episode of SRSLY, we revist the Harry Potter series.
Stephen Fry’s plummy rumble made even the most banal phrases resonate.
To an eight-year-old French child, Harry Potter’s magical society blurred lines between a fictional world and a foreign country.