11 November, 2013
Balances and bifurcations recur and resound in Heaney's writing, but so too do ideas of reconciliation and unity, writes Rosie Lavan.
14 October, 2013
Monica Ali explains why fictional characters should always be in need of a sandwich.
18 June, 2013
10 June, 2013
The prize which bears George Orwell's name pays no homage to the polemical principles which charged his work.
Despite problems of retrospect, this novel about the making of the poet is a valuable contribution as interest in Thomas grows.
21 May, 2013
13 May, 2013
Geoff Dyer's heavily footnoted paean to Tarkovsky tells us more about Geoff Dyer than anything else.
The poet Sharon McCartney talks to Stephanie Yorke about rich reading, women writing, and endurance.
29 April, 2013
Life begins (again) at 40 for a tired T. S. Eliot in the latest volume of his letters, as Jeremy Diaper discovers.
18 March, 2013
Gabriel Roberts finds this collection of late writing scattered, insubstantial, and unworthy of the late Christopher Hitchens.