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Perhaps precisely because of its elitist reputation, tennis has consistently attracted mavericks and radicals.
The novelist Sarah Perry and the oncologist Sam Guglani discuss the capacity of both medicine and art to respond to the coronavirus crisis.
I so want to be transported somewhere, anywhere but here, but here will not let me go.
Ten years after its first post, the app exerts an almost inconceivable degree of influence over our culture, psychology and relationships
Ilhan Omar rejects the usual story of finding the American dream, and complicates the narrative surrounding her.
The American novelist Anne Tyler on writing ordinary men, researching on YouTube, and what’s wrong with her first three novels.
Our leaders must learn from the Covid-19 crisis to prepare for the next virus.
This semi-autobiographical debut follows a young black man in London just after the millennium.
Focusing solely on the number of people of colour working in the UK publishing industry misses bigger questions about our literary culture’s race problem.
Bernardine Evaristo, Colson Whitehead, Edna O’Brien and more Orwell Prize-shortlisted writers explain how politics informs their prose.
How driverless cars curtail our joy and autonomy to serve Silicon Valley’s voracious surveillance capitalism.