3rd August 2017
We are in the midst of a raging culture war defined by cruelty, extremism and intolerance. Angela Nagle's new book is a timely and insightful report from the internet battlefield.
13th July 2017
China Miéville’s portrayal of the Bolsheviks' rise to power is a captivating and inspirational description of the revolutionary moment, when everything is possible.
13th June 2017
Is the deathless age of the machine upon us?
17th May 2017
Graham Allen & Alvy Carragher take differing routes towards truth and beauty in two recent collections.
30th November 2016
William Wall introduces Dave Lordan’s new essay collection, The Word in Flames
7th November 2016
Sarah Ladipo Manyika's Like a Mule Bringing Ice Cream to the Sun is a work operating within the memento mori tradition of death being ever present—and closer, closer still.
4th November 2016
Deborah Levy's seventh novel is an investigation into the threads of relationship and the primitive, enduring connections between body and mind.
3rd November 2016
Mia Gallagher explores the ‘still, beautiful, profound’ autofiction of Rachel Cusk's 'Transit'.
Doireann Ní GhríofaCriticism
1st November 2016
Doireann Ní Ghríofa gets inside the head of Eimear McBride's second novel.
29th September 2016
Mike McCormack's 'Solar Bones' finds beauty and joy in the interplay of the routine and the extraordinary; of quotidian and mystic.