Hopefully, For a Little While will bring the American author the UK recognition he deserves.
Lisa McInerney's prose is as vivd at capturing sensory phenomena as conveying quirk of thought.
The last remaining uncollected stories and a new biography show the great novelist’s grasp of history and his place in it.
Mike Heron's memoir of the hippy trend-setters shows their extraordinary influence on the 60s music scene.
The author of The Wake voices his disillusionment with green politics – but it’s an argument at risk of bumping into its own tail.
The novelist and Pulitzer Prize-winning memoirist on travelling in time, living without TV and admiring Angela Merkel.
Three new “swimoirs” plumb the depths of the question.
From respected fellow hunter to zoo sensation, polar bears have had a long journey in our imagination.
Art Sex Music by Cosey Fanni Tutti reviewed.
Exit West by Mohsin Hamid is preoccupied with time and an anxiety about the future.
Wilson Pickett has a strong claim to being the greatest purveyor of Pentecostal-style vocal pyrotechnics on the pop scene.
The Zombie PM
The doomed premiership of Theresa May