Culture
24 September 2009
A unique brew of pirates and wizards, undead babysitters and duelling librarians, Kelly Link's new short-story...
Cultural Capital
05 September 2009
This autumn, in deference to the zeitgeist, new releases in theatre, television and film will tackle the financial...
Cultural Capital
02 September 2009
The Bafta-winning director of After Lockerbie, George Rosie, recalls his experiences with the families of the victims...
Cultural Capital
01 September 2009
The organisers of the Hay Festival have announced Beirut39, a literary festival that promises to "take a fresh...
Cultural Capital
28 August 2009
Tom Shone explores pedestrian prose from writers who stop drinking in Intelligent Life. He discovers that, from...
Cultural Capital
26 August 2009
After the publication of Barack Obama's holiday reading list, the Culture team has been pondering what else the US...
Cultural Capital
21 August 2009
Nicholson Baker (who we blogged about last week) expands on the mendacious literary legacy of Daniel Defoe in the...
Cultural Capital
19 August 2009
 The Asia Literary Review has an illuminating interview with Nadeem Aslam, author of The Wasted Vigil and the...
Cultural Capital
18 August 2009
Is the New York prison Rikers Island the perfect testing ground for Michel Foucault's critiques of incarceration? The...
Cultural Capital
18 August 2009
It's taken ten years, but a piece in the Boston Globe suggests Christians in the US have finally succumbed to Harry's...