An actress turned author, a Kafkaesque fantasy and a 1960s re-release stir the imagination

Intellectual wits like P J O’Rourke are rare birds these days

A not-so-fond farewell to the “sophomoric male”, the man-child purveyor of infantile humour

Bawdy humour and the pantomime go together like sausages and mash, whatever you make of that banger

Comic writing: light distraction or social mirror?