He had no equal in contemporary Anglo-American letters; there are followers and disciples but no hei
The novelist gives a rare interview to Soumya Bhattacharya for the New Statesman Centenary Issue.
George Eaton reviews an embittered, polemical take on the late writer's life.
Alongside pro-war cheerleaders like Christopher Hitchens, were those who expressed honest doubt and ambiguity, such as Ian McEwan.
There is a timeless, aphoristic quality to the writer's final work.
The critics' verdicts on Christopher Hitchens, Michael Chabon and Ian McEwan.
Another chance to read extracts from the writer's final interview with Richard Dawkins.
Friends and colleagues recall how Christopher Hitchens bagged his dream job as a staff writer at the
The editor of the New Statesman reflects on the life and legacy of Christopher Hitchens.
Christopher Hitchens, Daniel Dennett, Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris together for the final time in