Philip Maughan is a writer and editorial assistant at the New Statesman.

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Cultural Capital
20 March 2014
The fearless Kenyan writer talks about the “lost” coming-out chapter from his memoir and teaching creative writing in NYC.
Cultural Capital
04 March 2014
Twelve new stories from Britain's most industrious writer.
Cultural Capital
10 February 2014
One of only three non-American writers to have made the cut.
Culture
27 January 2014
The Dig  Cynan Jones Granta, 156pp, £12.99 Badger-baiting was outlawed across Britain in 1835 and yet...
Cultural Capital
23 January 2014
Nathan Filer reading the mind.
Cultural Capital
22 January 2014
Listen Up Philip concernes a self-involved Jewish writer named Philip.
Blogs
24 November 2013
The rift with his brother is "healing".
Culture
14 November 2013
"I was his creation."
Cultural Capital
13 November 2013
"Fiction at its most novel".
Culture
31 October 2013
Here he is.
Books
24 October 2013
A Schoolboy’s Diary Robert Walser “I am certainly a proponent of the slackard’s life, laziness,...
Culture
21 October 2013
Chinese Whispers: Why Everything You’ve Heard About China Is Wrong Ben Chu Ben Chu, the economics editor of...

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