Five elements to make a ghostwritten autobiography sing

Hidden Lessons is filled with clichéd phrasing and, even worse, predictable and clichéd thinking

There is an inexhaustible public appetite for learning about the private lives of our idols, but they don’t make rock stars like they used to

Daniel Johnson reflects on the great discoveries of his youth

Christopher Bray reviews Apropos of Nothing by Woody Allen

How Jeremy Black filled the ten months between leaving school and starting Cambridge