Book talk from the New Statesman culture desk.

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Cultural Capital
05 August 2013
Hyper masculinity, cricket and Ireland.
Cultural Capital
30 July 2013
Walls by Marcello Di Cintio Walls by Marcello Di Cintio is an exploration of walls which divide people around the...
Cultural Capital
22 July 2013
Disraeli: Or the Two Lives by Douglas Hurd and Edward Young Douglas Hurd and Edward Young offer an insight into the...
15 July 2013
What Do Women Want?: Adventures in the Science of Female Desire by Daniel Bergner Daniel Bergner’s ‘What...
Cultural Capital
02 July 2013
The Outsider: My Autobiography by Jimmy Connors The no-holds-barred autobiography of the notorious, yet talented...
Cultural Capital
17 June 2013
The Flamethrowers by Rachel Kushner The Flamethrowers, Rachel Kushner’s second novel, mines the rich territories...
Cultural Capital
10 June 2013
Joyland by Stephen King Joyland is a Bildungsroman narrated by Devin Jones, an old man looking back on the summer...
05 June 2013
Preview: Stoke Newington Literary Festival.
Cultural Capital
28 May 2013
All that is by James Salter All That Is offers an intimate account of the great shocks and grand pleasures of being...
Cultural Capital
20 May 2013
Aleksandar Hemon Sophie Elmhirst: Not long ago, I met Aleksandar Hemon for lunch in St Pancras station. We spoke...
Cultural Capital
30 April 2013
Gary Shteyngart, who recently thrilled his Twitter followers (including our very own Martha Gill) by live tweeting...
Cultural Capital
25 April 2013
John Freeman, the Editor of Granta magazine, will leave to teach creative writing at Columbia University following the...