2 May, 2011
Richard Greene's Edith Sitwell seeks to restore the poet to critical acclaim with an intimate account of her eccentric life.
Albiez's and Pattie's Kraftwerk: Music Non-Stop salvages the band's subversive modernism from geek chic commodification.
Savich's The Firestorm navigates a frozen transformation, vacillating between entrancement and estrangement.
Ferguson deplores waning Western self-confidence and counsels engaging children with the brushstrokes of history.
David Nicholls discusses hidden significance, reaching middle age, and adapting One Day for the screen.