Daniel Trilling is the Editor of New Humanist magazine. He was formerly an Assistant Editor at the New Statesman.

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Culture
19 February 2007
Lady Sovereign is the ultimate misfit. A white, pint-sized teenager who made her name in London's mainly black and male...
Books
19 February 2007
Bad rock books are ten-a-penny, and normally it wouldn't be worth the paper and ink to tell you about them. But Clinton...
Books
22 January 2007
From the rock-star poses in his publicity shots to a clutch of literary accolades, the career of French intellectual...
Music and Performance
08 January 2007
Adem Ilhan bristles audibly - if such a thing is possible - when I ask him down the phone why he and the other bands he...
Culture
18 December 2006
Karen Dalton comes from the Greenwich Village folk scene that also produced Bob Dylan, but her music lay almost...
Books
18 December 2006
The posters on the wall of the Paris bookshop say it all: a photograph of a floodlit football pitch, empty except for a...
Society
04 December 2006
Imagine this: a fundamentalist religious sect that believes women to be subservient, hates gay people, and tells its...
World Affairs
27 November 2006
Although mass graves from the 1995 Srebrenica massacre are still being discovered in eastern Bosnia, the UN troops who...
Books
20 November 2006
Nirvana's mix of punk, metal and melodic pop either connected with you at a visceral level or it left you cold. As the...
Books
20 November 2006
Modern life is rubbish. Everywhere we turn, we are confronted by shysters, scam-artists and crappy TV programmes....
Music and Performance
13 November 2006
Erase Errata are a trio of women from San Francisco who have a warped take on the early Eighties post-punk sound of...
Culture
23 October 2006
I've always preferred the feel of paper between my fingers to the unforgiving glare of a computer screen. I know we are...
Culture
18 September 2006
Yellow HouseGrizzly Bear Warp A flourish of clarinets and Debussy-esque piano introduces the second album from this...
Books
11 September 2006
Roddy Doyle is best known for his novel The Commitments, an anarchic tale of an up-and-coming Dublin band. But even the...
Ideas
11 September 2006
The English language is - how shall I put this? - somewhat unreliable when it comes to getting to the point. Indeed,...

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