Erica Wagner is a New Statesman contributing writer, an Eccles British Library Writer in Residence 2014 and a judge of this year’s Man Booker Prize. A former literary editor of the Times, her books include Ariel's Gift: Ted Hughes, Sylvia Plath and the Story of “Birthday Letters” and Seizure.

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Cultural Capital
27 March 2015
"Flying planes safely."
Cultural Capital
19 February 2015
Powerful folklore and defiant women.
Cultural Capital
05 February 2015
The NS profile.
Cultural Capital
15 January 2015
Apprentice and Master.
Cultural Capital
22 December 2014
Cooking for capitalism.
Cultural Capital
11 December 2014
Books.
Cultural Capital
28 November 2014
Stopes to Kinsey.
Cultural Capital
13 November 2014
The same but different.
Cultural Capital
31 October 2014
On ageing and inequality.
Cultural Capital
16 October 2014
Waking the dead.
Cultural Capital
16 October 2014
Magnetic locations.
Cultural Capital
02 October 2014
On his “uber-novel” project.

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