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
06 December 2011
Christopher Logue
The Staggers
02 December 2011
New research by the independent House of Commons Library shows that the measures outlined in the Chancellor's Autumn...
The Staggers
01 December 2011
The death spiral
The Staggers
29 November 2011
Dozens of students have forcibly entered the British Embassy in the Iranian capital Tehran, forcing staff to flee the...
The Staggers
28 November 2011
In pictures
Culture
28 November 2011
Alice Gribbin joins a secular congregation at prayer, and leaves with a warm glow. The Sunday Sermon: Karen Armstrong...
The Staggers
24 November 2011
In this week's New Statesman, ahead of the historic first round of Egypt's parliamentary elections on 28 November, LSE...
The Staggers
17 November 2011
The Fourth Reich myth
The Staggers
11 November 2011
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The Staggers
11 November 2011
Police in Van, eastern Turkey, used batons and fired tear gas at crowds demonstrating against the state's response to...
The Staggers
10 November 2011
In this week's New Statesman special on the National Health Service, practitioners and health-care specialists describe...
The Staggers
10 November 2011
A 5.6 magnitude earthquake struck eastern Turkey on Wednesday 21.30 local time, killing at least seven people in the...
The Staggers
09 November 2011
In this week's magazine, Clare Gerada, physician and chairman of the Royal College of General Practitioners, talks to...
Cultural Capital
08 November 2011
Is there an ideal way to read a poem? Multiply. To read aloud, to read it silently to yourself, and then when you are...
The Staggers
04 November 2011
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