Robin Robertson has won this year’s Goldsmiths Prize, in association with the New Statesman, for his verse novel The Long Take. The chair of judges, Adam Mars-Jones, praises a powerful elegy of postwar America.
A new group of environmental activists want to use civil disobedience to highlight the climate crisis.
Where are the unruly critters this year?
House of Cards this is not. We have on our hands an intense political crisis which carries overarching economic ramifications for the whole country.
The row began when details of the comedian Harry Hill’s Christmas charity fundraiser event were released earlier this week.
JK Rowling’s latest film includes new plot details that change the events of the original seven books. Warning: contains spoilers.
All too often, when someone – usually a celebrity – shares a questionable or unpopular opinion, the response of many on social media is to call on others to boycott them.
Animal stories are at their best when they reveal our shared emotional experience, but they must also touch on the ways those emotions are manipulated.
Don’t be duped by anyone selling Outlaw King as earnest political drama: it’s silly, over the top and absurd.
Hilary Mantel, Andrew Marr, Francis Fukuyama, Michael Sandel, Nicola Sturgeon, Clive James and many others choose their books of the year.
Like Bennett as a playwright, the play has deepened with time.