21 May, 2012
Alexandra Shulman's Can We Still Be Friends is a Cameronite retrospective of Thatcherism that rehearses familiar prejudices.
David Graeber's Debt: The First 5,000 Years explores the history of a concept with the same roots as "guilt" and "sin".
Nadine Gordimer's No Time Like the Present is a subtle attempt to surpass the revolutionary fatigue of modern South Africa.
Tate Modern's Damien Hirst is an Olympic year British blockbuster that offers glimpses of an ephemeral poetry.
Original poetry by Joe Kennedy.