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The Nigerian-born British novelist Buchi Emecheta wrote a regular New Statesman column which became her first book, In The Ditch, in 1972.
Bernard-Henri Lévy on spending Inauguration Day with Philip Roth.
A short story by Colin Barrett.
"I’d forgotten that Bowie had ever recorded that song, and with Bing Crosby of all people."
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New fiction from the author of the Man Booker-shortlisted novel The Fishermen.
Johnson's new collection of stories mixes the occult and banal to place young women at the centre of the picture.
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