Toby Frow's Taming of the Shrew hits the spot.
Style bloggers at New York Fashion week reportedly paid “$10,000 for a single appearance".
Sarah Churchwell on Paul Auster, Ryan Gilbey on Woody Allen and Jonathan Derbyshire interviews Michael Chabon.
HBO’s Treme returns for a third series later this month, but will anyone watch it?
On the sixteenth anniversary of his death, we remember a man who was the living embodiment of a contradictory career and politics.
Odds for the Mercury Prize nominees are the "closest ever", but Plan B and Richard Hawley are the favourites.
As the travel photography competition season draws to a close, what can the winning images teach us about escapism?
Why the online encyclopedia isn't just the self-referential US author's concern
Hilary Mantel and Will Self are the favourites.
The critics' verdicts on Tony Fletcher, Kevin Powers and D T Max.
John Adams's impressive Proms performance
England's oldest literary periodical is on the hunt for fresh talent.
Ford's biographer Max Saunders explores the life of one of the most mercurial, protean figures in literary history.