Angela Carter liked to blur categories and break rules. Gaby Wood salutes the least well-behaved writer of her age Some time in the early Sixties, Angela Carter was asked to name her favourite women writers.
Macaroni cheese could almost make me throw up when I was a child. I vividly remember the first time I had it. It was at a friend’s house. Lorna had a very sensible mother, the kind who kept chocolate literally
Former dancer Amber Jeavons’s home is dark, dramatic and surprisingly luxurious. Jo Leevers visits “I call this luxury on a Brexit budget,” says Amber Jeavons of her south London flat. The interior designer’s
Design team Cloth & Kind share their sophisticated print-on-print sensibility in a delicately balanced alcove that is anything but forgettable For design duo Cloth & Kind, pattern mixing has become second
The herb you never get tired of brings fresh surprises in your puddings, spice pastes and banana bread recipes A lemongrass bush isn’t much to look at: an oversized tuft of grass with long waxy leaves
In the space of a few weeks there’s going to be both a new Jack Reacher film (starring Tom Cruise, out on Friday) and a new Jack Reacher book (out November 7). I doubt I’ll bother with the film; Cruise,
In the Quora thread "What are some good 'mini habits' to practice each day?" readers shared the simple habits you should follow every day to become a happier, healthier, or more productive person. The
News photography,Art and design,Culture,Global development,World news,Syria,Haiti,Hurricane Matthew,South Africa,Environment,Migration,Migration and development The continuing refugee crisis in Europe,