In the 2018 New Statesman / Goldsmiths Prize lecture, Elif Shafak explains why – in a world ruled by fear and division – novelists no longer have the luxury of being apolitical.
Heavy metal in Wales, the horror in London and a return to Storyland.
Driving to Davos in the snow, getting angry at Trump, and finding solace in fiction.
An unforgettable memoir charting the Libyan-British author's homecoming after years in exile.
Perhaps the most difficult word to pronounce aloud in the Turkish language is “soykirim” – genocide.