Category: Travel

7 December, 2012

Matthew Perkins

Letter from Japan: Theatre in Fukuoka

4 November, 2012

Owen Hopkins

Urban Renaissance Travelogue

A New Kind of Bleak is an acerbic, if sometimes alienating critique of pseudo-modernism, finds Owen Hopkins.

22 October, 2012

Gabriel Roberts

What Feet Know

In our special focus on Robert Macfarlane's The Old Ways, Gabriel Roberts finds it a gesture towards the inexpressable.

Judyta Frodyma

Journey to the Self

Judyta Frodyma finds The Old Ways tows readers along a narcissistic path of self-indulgent prose.

3 October, 2012

Thomas Moore

Letter from Greece

27 February, 2012

Alexander Bubb

A Smooth Transition

Alex Bubb meditates on the history of the landscape surrounding the Windsor to Slough railway line.

13 June, 2011

Benjamin Jellis

Stop Worrying…

Clive James's ultimate success in England parallels Australia's own growth into a more confident and independent country.

4 April, 2011

Reinier van Straten

Till We Have Built Jerusalem

Simon Sebag Montefiore's Jerusalem: The Biography excavates the sacred city's memories and historical multiplicity.

23 November, 2009

James Moxness

The Wine-Dark Sea

David Hancock's Oceans of Wine

26 October, 2009

John Maloney

Notes from Nowhere

Alain de Botton's A Week at the Airport