4 February, 2013
Dominic Davies looks into the extraordinary work and the intolerable circumstances of the nobel prize-winning poet Liu Xiaobo.
Rosie Lavan finds that Lois Banner's feminist history of Marilyn Monroe leaves a lot to be desired.
Tom Cutterham considers money, the writing classes, and literary magazines in a new anthology from n+1 that contains some real gems.
Octavia Cox finds a less lovesick John Keats emerging from Nicholas Roe's essential new biography of the poet.
After decades of deception, Jared Spier explains why fans of cycling and of clean sport deserve more.