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."
The former winner Eimear McBride, Rachel Cusk and Deborah Levy are all in the running for the £10,000 prize.
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.
The Hidden Histories podcast.
Series One: The Great Forgetting: Women Writers Before Austen.
Across the political spectrum, the New Statesman introduces you to the personalities who shape our world. Where else would you find Jeremy Corbyn, Tony Blair and Theresa May in the same place?