Nick Cohen laments the pandemic’s effect on competitions
Stoddard Martin delves into a world beyond police and courtroom, with its own code of right and wrong, in Gerald Jacobs’s Pomeranski
And how did Britain become a trendsetting nation?
Is pedestrianisation the way to reopen Soho?
Ella Whelan explains why we all need to start talking, in person, again
Events in the US have led to a(nother) moment of reckoning for race relations spawning a similar gamut of emotions, some justified, other less so
As Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads is set to air this evening, Alexander Larman ponders the relationship between a living writer and their works
Richard Reinsch reviews The Decadent Society, by Ross Douthat
Alexander Larman remembers his time with the decadent author, Sebastian Horsley, 10 years after his death
Alexander Larman recalls the glee and disbelief at one of literature’s most beguilingly horrible figures