18 March, 2013
Gabriel Roberts finds this collection of late writing scattered, insubstantial, and unworthy of the late Christopher Hitchens.
15 March, 2013
14 March, 2013
3 March, 2013
Lars Iyer's latest novel completes a trilogy dedicated to thought, foolishness, and the university, writes Tom Cutterham
Charles Nixon finds too many faults in the latest posthumous collection of David Foster Wallace's writing.
Paula Byrne gets big ideas from some very small objects in her new biography of Jane Austen, Ceri Hunter writes.
An original short story by Paul Sweeten.
17 February, 2013
Prajwal Parajuly's debut collection of stories leads Toby Lloyd to ask why Britain has such little appetite for short fiction.
Rebecca Loxton looks for Salman Rushdie in the cracks between fact and fiction that appear in his memoir.
Alistair Noon translates four poems by the Russian poet Osip Mandelstam.