Tom Gatti is Culture Editor of the New Statesman. He previously edited the Saturday Review section of the Times, and can be found on Twitter as @tom_gatti.
As part of our 90s comedy week, we ask whether Chris Morris’ celeb-baiting satire holds up, 20 years on.
The author of the viral poem “Rape Joke” talks about growing up with her gun-toting Catholic “priestdaddy”.
The prize for “fiction at its most novel” announces its 2017 judging panel.
From rebellion and religion to swimming and surrealism – these are the books to look out for in the new year.
Why are the overwhelming majority of dads still choosing to go back to work after one or two weeks and leave mums holding the baby?
The author of Swing Time on Michael Jackson, female friendships and how writers can bring down Donald Trump.
The Man Booker Prize-winning author of The Sellout on satire, offence and why Donald Trump is “like a dick pic” that can’t be deleted.
The 2016 Man Booker Prize goes to caustic American race satire The Sellout.
Deborah Levy’s novel Hot Milk is shortlisted for both the Man Booker and the Goldsmiths Prize. She talks Brexit, family politics and why publishers are insulting readers.
Ghosts, raves and the soul of John Lennon: Tom Gatti interviews the winner of the 2015 Goldsmiths Prize.