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THEY APPEAR TO HER in the middle of the woods. Marie, the heroine of Lauren Groff’s novel Matrix (Riverhead, $28), is […]
WHEN SHE WAS SIXTEEN, THE FRENCH NOVELIST Anne Serre set out to induce her high school philosophy teacher to fall in […]
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Just finished the book and I enjoyed it, although it seemed a little formulaic at times. However there's a thing that […]
Comic-Con International's Art Show is virtual for Comic-Con Special Edition!
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The actor, who played him in Batman Returns, has written a storyline for an 80th anniversary edition of the DC comic […]
Cartoon series, starring Monkey D Luffy, started life as a manga in 1997 and is a record seller as a comic bookTwo […]
The artist discusses her role in an eye-opening new documentary that trails the history of LGBTQ+ comic books and the […]
The author of Grass works another miracle with this semi-autobiographical tale of a family separated by conflictThanks […]
It is rather disingenuous of Raymond Tallis, in his review of Rationality by Steven Pinker and The Frontiers of […]
The roof of Jane Austen’s House in Chawton was last refurbished in 1948; urgently needed repairs have now begun, […]
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I have been going back to thinking about risk – in the academic sense, that is. I am not, let me say, an expert […]
Way back in the pre-Google internet I used to trawl quote compilation websites looking for inspiration. This one stuck […]
Lex Luthor and Kingpin don't need powers to cause trouble.
Because not even the Man of Steel is above being embarrassed at times.
You can't win them all.
Sometimes big things come in small packages. These short series need to be read.
There's nothing better than the panels of a good manga!
Old Man Logan is pretty old, but he's got nothing on some of the other mutants in Marvel Comics.
Retired London Free Press reporter/columnist Morris Dalla Costa’s first book explores the life of Bobby Marr, a […]
Steve Earle and Stompin’ Tom have written songs about them. James Reaney, Chris Doty and others wrote plays about […]
It’s hard to overestimate the impact Eddy Smet has had on geek culture in London.
Anthony Broadwater spent 16 years in prison after the author identified him as her attacker in an assault she described […]
Claire Keegan’s “Small Things Like These” uncovers the Catholic Church’s centuries-long conspiracy to imprison, […]
The comedy legend responsible for “The Producers,” “Blazing Saddles” and “Young Frankenstein” has written a […]
Alex Danchev’s biography of René Magritte portrays a subversive artist who had no interest in bohemian life.
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The poet’s powerful first novel follows a British Pakistani girl’s journey into silenceSomebody Loves You is […]
The footballer and campaigner is writing story with Alex Falase-Koya, drawing on his own memories of friendships made […]
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The author joins Deborah Treisman to read and discuss “The Falls,” by George Saunders, which was published in a […]
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Strong current can kill us, but electrical impulses let us live—a power even the ancients may have attempted to […]
The author reads her story from the December 6, 2021, issue of the magazine.
Constance Craig Smith rounded up a selection of this year's best cookery books. Among the UK-based literary critic's […]
The Daily Mail's literary critics rounded up a selection of this year's best novels for gifting this Christmas. Their […]
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UK-based literary critic Ysenda Maxtone Graham rounded up a selection of this year's best royal books. Among the picks […]
Bestsellers List Sunday, December 5
Galgut's 'The Promise' tracks a fictional family as South Africa evolves. He talks to The Times about what his victory […]
Sebold apologized to Anthony Broadwater, convicted of her rape in 1982 and exonerated last week. Her publisher […]
In Ayşegül Savaş' second novel, "White on White," a nameless narrator becomes fascinated by her landlord, a painter […]
Ian Williams, a Canadian novelist and poet, talks about his new book of essays, 'Disorientation: Being Black in the […]