A short story by Alexander McCall Smith of The No 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency fame, exclusive to the New Statesman.
Fiction from the author of the award-winning If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things.
To open the New Statesman’s special section on summer fiction, the critically acclaimed author of Accidents in the Home offers a tale of missed connections, paradise lost and paradise regained.
A tale of temptation, disappointment and breaking free, written exclusively for the New Statesman.
A short story exclusively for the New Statesman
A chance encounter at a party brings two people together. On the damp streets of Glasgow, they discover what it means to be a parent.
New Jersey, December 1776. As the British army hunkers down for winter, a boy redcoat dreams of his mother’s soup and bed back in the village. An exclusive short story by Emma Donoghue, Booker-nominated author of Room.
A tale of crime and punishment by the veteran lady of letters P D James, published exclusively by the New Statesman.
Exclusive summer reading by the bestselling writer of Living With Teenagers.
An exclusive short story.