Culture assistant, New Statesman. Formerly: Harper's Bazaar, and freelance bylines in Crack, DIY, the Line of Best Fit, the NME, Shortlist, Under the Radar
Death in Her Hands presents yet another abhorrent character – written with wit and intrigue, and sometimes a little too much knowingness.
The musician and tech pioneer on why social media pushed her away from music, and how she found her way back.
This year, 210 titles were held back until September, causing chaos for publicity teams and bookshops, and leaving authors disappointed.
Following cuts as a result of the pandemic, Tate employees are striking this week for the first time in the company's history.
The novelist on feminist dystopia, free will, and what women choose to do with their bodies.
Inside the Southbank Centre’s “laughable and terrifying” mass job cuts and shift to “start-up” culture
Europe’s largest arts centre will look to further commercialisation to recover from the coronavirus crisis.
Despite the government’s £1.57bn support package, theatres across the UK are being forced to make redundancies – or even to close for good.
Books by black authors have topped bestseller charts in recent weeks. Next we must ask: who profits?
The indie-rock artist on collaboration, Ryan Adams and her new album Punisher.
The fourth novel by Gabriela Cabezón Cámara follows a young woman in pursuit of a freer life, and has been shortlisted for this year’s International Booker Prize.
Right now I am more still than ever, but a dance class led by the pop-rock band Haim offered me a reassuring guide to movement.