It’s Banned Books Week, a yearly reminder that censorship exists and not all books are beloved by everyone. When you think about banned books, you may think of the past. Novels written many years ago to
Eisenberg captures the sense that we are deep into the end times, a position that feels particularly apposite now “I always thought of writing as holy,” Deborah Eisenberg told the Paris Review in 2013.
While our minds were elsewhere, the superbrands ramped up their cannibalisation of every aspect of our cultural lives Whether it’s Dove against body fascism or Gillette tackling toxic masculinity, our
Kim Philby inspired the Cold War’s two greatest thriller writers – then he drove them apart, says Duncan White In early 1968 Graham Greene and John le Carré came into very public dispute. It was an unexpected
When cities lack the paths pedestrians need, people vote with their feet We’ve all been there. You want a short cut – to the bus stop, office or corner shop – but there’s no designated path. Others before