‘We are many selves, and often these selves have rival needs. Some kind of truce must be established, if the work is to get written.’
Kevin Power Essay 2nd November 2022
"We love Ross O'Carroll-Kelly! Should we?" — Kevin Power considers the evolving fates and functions of the Ross O'Caroll Kelly novels, which to date have sold over a million copies.
Kevin Power Criticism 30th October 2021
As an "informal experiment", Kevin Power examines Megan Nolan's debut novel – and its reviews – and reflects on the purpose and meaning of literary criticism.
Kevin Power Criticism 23rd June 2021
To sit through Adam Curtis's latest offering is to experience a work of art that is alternately lush, oneiric, austere, startling, thrilling, amusing, persuasive, shocking, glib, beautiful.
Kevin Power Criticism 15th April 2021
To watch Hilary Mantel go to work on the world is one of contemporary literature’s unalloyed pleasures.
Kevin Power Criticism 10th February 2021
Kevin Power Criticism Issue 28, Volume 2: Summer 2014
Kevin Power Criticism Issue 10, Volume 2: Summer 2008
Kevin Power Fiction Issue 4, Volume 2: Summer 2006
Kevin Power 1st June 2004