Yo Zushi is a sub-editor of the New Statesman. His work as a musician is released by Eidola Records.

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Film
25 October 2007
It’s July 2006, and the Jerusalem International Film Festival is in full swing. Somewhere in the crowd is Annette Lévy-...
Books
06 September 2007
"For most of my life I had felt distant from my grandfather, perhaps mistaking the language barrier for coldness." It's...
Books
26 July 2007
Gerhard Self is 69. An old-fashioned private eye in post-reunification Germany, he is a man increasingly out of step...
Books
26 July 2007
Qiu Xiaolong’s Shanghai is a city mired in corruption. In an age when “being rich” means “being glorious”, the values...
Books
12 July 2007
“Of course they are caught between the ritual assassins of a transdimensional conspiracy and mysterious saviours.” So...
Music and Performance
21 June 2007
In an age when even the Sunday Times can celebrate “30 Years of Punk” with a cover-mount CD, it’s easy to forget what a...
21 June 2007
Picture yourself in a boat on a river: there’s no way off, the life jackets have fallen overboard, and you’re trapped...

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