- New York TimesOct 07 02:49 PM
Mr. Marra introduces a varied but connected cast of 20th-century Russians, including a “correction artist” who airbrushes the disgraced from photos.
- Brisbane TimesSep 14 07:16 PM
Photographer Petrina Hicks uses symbols of eternity in her "sculptural photographs" such as pure metals or the skin-shedding serpent, symbol of transformation and immortality.
- The Huffington PostSep 21 08:30 AM
Have you ever wondered what you would write if you had to write a personal biography of your life? It's a great way to figure out what you really think of yourself. It might not seem the deepest, most novel and soul-searching exercise, but when I give it to my clients, the outcome never fails to fascinate me and incriminate them, each and every time. As an aside, and, no doubt, a fact that will...
- The GuardianOct 12 11:31 PM
No prize can please everyone, but the shortlist of six is the result of passionate and painstaking argument, says judge Sam Leith. Who would you like to win tonight? In some ways, we’d have been happy to leave it at the longlist. As one of my fellow judges commented in the Man Booker shortlist meeting, this was the point at which the gameshow aspects of a book prize start to take over: we took a...
- The GuardianSep 25 08:46 AM
The singer’s debut novel has been deservedly mocked for its lurid sex scenes. If only he’d studied Flaubert, Kundera or Chaucer before he started writing … Writing a good sex scene is remarkably tricky. Generally, it either descends into grunting porn, or implodes in a wild burst of adjectives. One minute there’s a hand on a thigh, the next they’re swooping through pellucid galaxies of ...
- DawnSep 22 06:55 PM
Our world’s view from moon by Mahbub Jokhio. KARACHI: An exhibition of artworks by two young artists — Mahbub Jokhio and Syed Safdar Ali — A thousand times to the moon and back home — opened at the Indus Valley School Gallery on Monday evening.
- The HinduSep 29 06:47 PM
I’m addicted to spirituality. And the promise that the book showcased the spiritual experience of a scientist pulled me to it, translator Sreedevi S. Kartha explains her raison d’etre
- London Evening StandardSep 23 09:39 PM
In his twenties Florian Zeller’s novels made him the toast of literary Paris. Now as his acclaimed play, The Father, arrives in the West End, he tells David Sexton why he’s swapped pages for stages
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