Philip Maughan is a freelance writer in Berlin and a former Assistant Editor at the New Statesman.
An insightful portrait of the peculiarities of modern masculinity.
The follow-up to A Visit from the Goon Squad is a research project first and a novel second.
I’ve been living in Berlin for over a year, yet I remain in a near-constant state of panic.
An Irish book with little to say about nationalism or the church is a breakthrough – though that's where the innovation ends.
It was a pretty unpredictable union – so what was #grime4corbyn, and how did it happen?
Edward Docx's philosophical novel follows a father and sons on their last journey.
In A Really Good Day, Ayelet Waldman tells her story of self-medicating with LSD.
I have never quantified my “performance” with a smartphone, tracked my route with a GPS watch, or even listened to music while running. It’s the ultimate private time.
New books Future Sex and The Selfishness of Others explore what it means to live in our current moment.
Remembering the writer and former New Statesman critic, who died on 2 January 2017.