Jonathan Derbyshire is Managing Editor of Prospect. He was formerly Culture Editor of the New Statesman.

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The Staggers
07 August 2010
Several news sources, including New York magazine, are reporting that the English historian and essayist Tony Judt has...
Books
06 August 2010
And the Land Lay Still James RobertsonHamish Hamilton, 688pp, £18.99Interviewed after the publication in 2006 of his...
Cultural Capital
03 August 2010
The first part of a fascinating interview with the Oxford political theorist, Next Left blogger and occasional...
Cultural Capital
02 August 2010
Here's an interesting exercise designed to while away the dog days of August. Kevin Kelly at the Cool Tools website has...
Religion
19 July 2010
The last time the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, spoke to the New Statesman, it was at the end of...
Books
19 July 2010
Your book All That Is Solid Melts Into Air, which is being reissued this month, was first published in the United...
Cultural Capital
14 July 2010
The New Statesman is delighted to be associated this year with the Inside Out Festival, an annual week-long feast of...
Politics
12 July 2010
Contemporary social liberalism has its origins in the New Liberalism of the early 20th century. The leading exponent of...
Cultural Capital
05 July 2010
The historian David Cannadine made an excellent contribution to Radio 4's A Point of View strand yesterday. "Stars...
Books
05 July 2010
You are a poet first and a novelist second, but you have said that Heartbreak is not a "poet's novel". What...
Cultural Capital
30 June 2010
Ed Jacobs has an interesting post over at Left Foot Forward asking if the arts are being lined up as an "easy hit...
Books
25 June 2010
Your new book about the assassination of Martin Luther King, Hellhound on his Trail, is also about your home town,...
North America
24 June 2010
David Remnick
Books
18 June 2010
Your father, Vasily Grossman, began writing his last novel, Everything Flows, in 1955 - two years after Stalin's death...
Books
14 June 2010
You argue in your new book that John Henry Newman continues to speak to us from beyond the grave. Why should we be...

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