Helen Lewis is deputy editor of the New Statesman. She tweets @helenlewis

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Helen Lewis
05 July 2011
How's this for a CV? Nathan Myhrvold graduated from high school at 14, finished a physics PhD at 23, got a job as a...
Culture
04 July 2011
How to Be a Woman Caitlin MoranEbury Press, 320pp, £11.99As a movement, feminism has been many things, but rarely has...
Music and Performance
30 June 2011
Alex James
Culture
23 June 2011
"I'm happy not to be speaking on the death of the book . . . again," said Robert Darnton, cultural historian...
Helen Lewis
20 June 2011
Had you had much experience of the Church of England before working on Rev?Only as a child. My parents were good...
Helen Lewis
17 June 2011
Yesterday, I posted my piece about Alan Moore's current work in progress, an epic prose novel called "...
Helen Lewis
16 June 2011
Alan Moore can't be accused of playing it safe. In his 40-year career, he has written a genre-busting superhero comic (...
Helen Lewis
11 June 2011
For the Science Issue of the New Statesman, I interviewed Brian Greene, one of the most compelling and interesting...
Helen Lewis
09 June 2011
As a child, Brian Greene interpreted the story of Icarus differently to most people. "In my naivety, I thought...
Helen Lewis
09 June 2011
Do you ever feel in a strange position because you're a woman in a male-dominated field?It's more the reaction of other...
Helen Lewis
09 June 2011
Arthur C Clarke once wrote that any sufficiently advanced technology was indistinguishable from magic. I imagine that's...
Helen Lewis
27 May 2011
How do you mime ringing a doorbell? Go on, it's not a trick (although I'll let you off if you're reading this on public...
Cultural Capital
26 May 2011
Where can you find Morgan Spurlock talking about product placement, Bill Gates addressing the problems of state schools...
Helen Lewis
17 May 2011
On 18 May, the Barbican is hosting an event to discuss music in video games, from the early "chip music" to...

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