World of Warwick Comment
by Hal Conte In Peter Pomerantsev’s book on Russia and so-called “post-truth politics”, he recounts how his father and other Soviet dissidents considered the British Broadcasting Corporation as a light of unshakable truth in a society that could only consider its own, propagandistic media through a cynical and post-ironic lens. David Hendy’s new book on […]
Through exploring Mrs. McGinty’s Dead, Andrew Kersley discusses how Agatha Christie subverts reader expectations and rejuvenates the murder mystery genre.
Co-editor-in-chief Anita Slater reviews Deborah Levy’s latest living memoir, discussing Levy’s approach to a myriad of topics including gender, marriage and the position of the writer.