How Jack Reacher Was Built posted on 10 Nov 2016
This article has been published by The New Yorker.
Arthur Conan Doyle: spirits in the material world posted on 10 Nov 2016
Arthur Conan Doyle: spirits in the material world by Darryl Jones
Lessons from the Song of Roland posted on 08 Nov 2016
What constitutes a person’s identity: family, country, religion?
Baldwin in the Obama Years posted on 08 Nov 2016
On September 22, 1963, the Sunday following the Ku Klux Klan’s bombing of Birmingham’s Sixteenth Street Baptist Church...
Lovecraft resurgent posted on 08 Nov 2016
In the summer of 2016, there was lots of buzz around the TV series Stranger Things.
Cover stories: Sleuths, spies, sorcerers and other paperback heroes posted on 06 Nov 2016
Once upon a time, tales of hard-boiled detectives or barbarians questing for treasure were thought to be embarrassing when compared to ‘proper books
'I've been naughty for years': Maurice Girodias and the 'dirty books' that helped to modernise literature posted on 04 Nov 2016
Olympia Press is known for publishing some of the most significant authors of the post-war era
Six wonderful ways Virago shook up the world of books posted on 04 Nov 2016
For over 40 years, publisher Virago has championed the work of new female authors...
Sex, Drugs and Bestsellers: The legend of the literary Brat Pack posted on 04 Nov 2016
The hedonists. The provocateur. The phenom. The forgotten talent. ....
Bookselling in the 21st Century : On the difficulty of Recommending Books posted on 03 Nov 2016
In part three of our recurring series, Bookselling in the 21st Century, City Lights bookseller Vanessa Martini gets into the complications of book recommen