Category: Literature

9 May, 2016

Ed Dodson

On the Verge of What is Not Sayable

Ed Dodson praises a subtle rewriting of the country house novel.


Hugh Foley

Through Tinted Plexiglass, Sharply

Hugh Foley salutes a worthy winner of the T.S Eliot prize.


7 May, 2016

Wrap Up The Week: David Foster Wallace and Tennis, Chernobyl in literature, Imaginative Storytelling, Knowledge in the Internet Age, and Is that Even a Thing?



28 April, 2016

The Blade Artist



22 February, 2016

Christopher Spaide

To Shoot Your Own Ghost

Christopher Spaide admires Don Paterson's new collection of sonnets.


Jennifer Rushworth

Poetry as Pharmakon

Jennifer Rushworth relaxes with a collection of mindful poetry.


Dominic Davies

Listen Up, white America

Dominic Davies compares Ta-Nehisi Coates to his great predecessor James Baldwin.


1 February, 2016

Bryan St. Amand

A Great Novel, Not A Great Gay Novel

Bryan St Amand argues that the lavish praise for Greenwell's debut is misdirected.


Jacob Lloyd

Schooling an Intelligence

Jacob Lloyd explores a new study of John Keats's life and thought.


Charles Yuchen He

The Reality of Narrating Hunger

Charles Yuchen He traces modernism back to a Norwegian novel on starvation.