Culture
05 September 2011
Harbor (2004) Lorraine AdamsAdams, a Pulitzer Prize-winning writer for the Washington Post, conjures up the lives of...
Cultural Capital
31 August 2011
David Hare has been awarded the PEN/Pinter prize for 2011. The prize was established by English PEN, which supports...
Cultural Capital
30 August 2011
With the publication of Susie Harries's new biography of Nikolaus Pevsner, reviewed in the most recent issue of the New...
Cultural Capital
24 August 2011
The books blogs went into a rumpus yesterday when the White House Press office released details of President Obama's...
Cultural Capital
23 August 2011
With the end of Gaddafi regime in sight, the consequences for the Libyan people remain uncertain. What the cultural...
Cultural Capital
16 August 2011
Being a poet, or being interested in poetry, looks bad enough. It's the dowdy aunt or eccentric brother of the literary...
Cultural Capital
11 August 2011
Art, relatively speaking, is slow. Representation needs time to mirror real events, and little work has emerged so far...
Cultural Capital
10 August 2011
The Library of Congress has today appointed former Pulitzer Prize-winner Philip Levine as the new American Poet...
Cultural Capital
09 August 2011
It may seem slightly redundant to wonder how the riots that have broken out across London and in provincial cities over...