Alice Gribbin is a Teaching-Writing Fellow at the Iowa Writers' Workshop. She was formerly the editorial assistant at the New Statesman.

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Cultural Capital
19 April 2013
Warring speeches and mass complicity.
Culture
11 April 2013
It's back! Feisty wives, the Don of old and lots of dodgy facial hair.
20 September 2012
As a divorce lawyer, do you ever feel you’re working behind the scenes of a soap opera? Divorce law is played...
Culture
16 August 2012
Ancient Light, your new novel, is about a 15-year-old boy having an affair with his best friend’s mother. You...
The Staggers
09 August 2012
What the Olympics tell us about modern Britain
The Staggers
26 July 2012
Summer double edition
The Staggers
05 July 2012
Honey, I shrunk the Tories
Cultural Capital
03 July 2012
A "global chorus" at the Southbank Centre.
The Staggers
28 June 2012
This week's New Statesman is now available on newsstands around the country. Single issue copies can also be...
The Staggers
21 June 2012
Can we afford foreign aid? At the centre of the New Statesman’s aid package this week, the economist Dambisa...
Human Rights
21 June 2012
The NS Interview.
Culture
20 June 2012
My local swimming pool had to overcome two big nuisances to become, once again, the cheery place for an outdoor dip (...
The Staggers
14 June 2012
The devastating effect of drones.
Cultural Capital
08 June 2012
Gaining a woman, losing a man.

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