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Tista Austin is a teacher and poet, with a degree in Classics.
Can we invent myths or are they what make us what we are?
Bozzo has a new food for me: little bits of paper with numbers on
In the air or on the ground
From the golden age of crime fiction to the modern day, Jeremy Black recommends seven books to see you through April
Why is travel writing so unfashionable and even regarded by some as simply “wrong”?
The culture war is not left against right, but the US against everyone else
Clandon Park remains a shell after it was gutted by fire six years ago. Now the National Trust is telling a one-sided story about its past
A body calling for the revision of school textbooks should bear closer scrutiny
Woke leaders are able to disguise their more cynical realpolitik
David Smith recalls his relationship with Bill and Hillary Clinton during his time working as a correspondent The White House
If plum roles started being handed out on the random basis of “artistic merit”, anarchy would surely reign…