Once upon a time, Europe’s animal kingdom was as diverse as Africa’s.
From James Baldwin to Susan Sontag: the American authors labelled enemies of the state.
Art, citizenship and what it means to be “an African writer”.
And if you claim otherwise, you are willfully misunderstanding her.
From Pet Shop Boys to Kate Bush, pop stars are publishing their songs as books. What do their words reveal about them?
When an author dies, literary estates take over – bringing disputes, fraud and conflagrations.
For one whole half hour I have not seen the faces of those lying, scheming, conniving, despicable scumbags who claim to be acting in the national interest.
A planet in crisis, Orwell’s legacy and the art of doing nothing – plus new fiction by Margaret Atwood, Zadie Smith and John Le Carré.
The social psychologist discusses his book The Coddling of the American Mind and the age of identity wars.
Before achieving success as a writer Pullman was a teacher, and continues to campaign for literacy today, opposing cuts to library services.
Reviews and essays by John Gray, Rachel Kushner, David Olusoga and others