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Culture

The writer on why the word “gaslighting” has lost all meaning, squirrels and her sixth novel, My Phantoms.

By Leo Robson

  •  To say that this Forward Prize-shortlisted poetry collection is about colonialism, or oppression, would be to overlook its deliberate and dizzying range.

    By Joanna Lee

    31 March

  • The children’s author on surviving Covid and the “chaos and contradiction” of the Conservative government’s pandemic crisis. 

    By Ellen Peirson-Hagger

    25 March

  • Go-Betweens drummer Lindy Morrison endured the trials of being a woman in the music business in the 1980s, and her story should be told. 

    By Tracey Thorn

    24 March

  • Seldon's The Impossible Office?, Warner's Inventory of a Life Mislaid, Nolan's Acts of Desperation and Shukla's Brown Baby.

    By New Statesman

    24 March

  • The novel veers between jet-setting farce and musings on recent issues of Current Biology.

    By Johanna Thomas-Corr

    24 March

  • Could a better understanding of how society affects sickness and the brain help us solve medical mysteries?

    By Alice Robb

    24 March

  • In the 1930s, the creator of Maigret travelled the world as a journalist. His photographs reveal an artistic sensibility captivated by the camera’s ability to stop time.

    By William Boyd

    24 March

  • A Ghost in the Throat draws on a forgotten 18th-century masterpiece to correct the erasure of women from history.

    By John Self

    24 March

  • A survivor of the Somme, the man who invented Winnie-the-Pooh wrangled with his conscience in his non-fiction ­– trying to square his love of his country with his hatred of war. 

    By Frank Cottrell-Boyce

    24 March

  • Featuring remote islands and even more remote parents.

    By Amanda Craig

    24 March

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