By Jonathan Webber - 29 November 03:02
The Cure, the new Penguin editions of Camus, and the details of presentation.
By Juliet Jacques - 18 September 10:16
A fascinating and funny dissection of the relationship between art and commerce.
Cat Sense by John Bradshaw: An attempt to dispel the mystery surrounding an animal never fully domesticated
By Andrew Harrison - 12 September 11:09
After reading Cat Sense, you will never look at your cat in the same way again. You might wish you still could.
An Armenian Sketchbook by Vasily Grossman: Far from his beloved Moscow, reflecting on the best and worst of humanity
By David Herman - 12 September 10:22
As he connects with Armenian peasants, we are reminded that this ill, suffering man, far from home, is one of the great writers of his time.
By Julia Copus - 12 September 09:19
Sara Coleridge and Dora Wordsworth are finally emerging from their fathers' shadows in this insightful and compassionate book.
By Philip Maughan - 13 March 10:47
Books will be nominated by a one-hundred strong Academy of "ideal" readers.
By New Statesman - 13 March 12:01
Hilary Mantel nominated alongside six first-time novelists.
By The Old Statesman - 12 March 01:13
Reviews by Amis, Pritchett, Royde-Smith and Naipul.
By Philip Maughan - 08 March 01:06
Inaugural recipients include Tom MacCarthy, James Salter and Zoë Wicomb.
By The Old Statesman - 07 March 11:43
From our correspondence.