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.
Ghosts, raves and the soul of John Lennon: Tom Gatti interviews the winner of the 2015 Goldsmiths Prize.
The 2016 Goldsmiths Prize for “fiction at its most novel” announces its judging panel.
From political autobiography to the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death, our culture editor rounds up the most interesting books of the year.
The looming Hackney Wick warehouse had been filled with playdoh and glowsticks as dads danced to acid house. I wondered: what does it mean to re-live our youth through our children?
The £10,000 prize for innovative fiction has been awarded to a book that imagines John Lennon’s adventures in Ireland in the summer of 1978.
A sprawling novel about an assassination attempt on Bob Marley is the first book by a Jamaican author to win the prize.
Tom Gatti’s Latitude Notebook.
The Ukip and Lib Dem candidates for Cambridge clash over Europe in a packed debating chamber.
McBride joins Jon McGregor, Josh Cohen and Leo Robson to judge the annual prize for innovative fiction.
Elections, empires and the "extreme present" in culture editor Tom Gatti's guide to the coming literary year.
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