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The British broadcaster and music critic John Amis, who has died aged 91, became a national figure thanks to the long- running BBC radio quiz My Music(...)

Nothing, not even Baz Luhrmann’s heavy-handed burlesque treatment, can diminish the enduring allure of F Scott Fitzgerald’s eerie and perverse elegy T(...)

‘Storytelling done better’?: the icon for Faber’s app of John Buchan’s 
The Thirty-Nine Steps

As digital change sweeps through the industry, publishers are beginning to think about the novels, short stories, poetry collections, memoirs a(...)

Mark Thatcher speaks to the press outside the home of former British Prime Minister, Baroness Margaret Thatcher  in London last week. Photograph: Gerry

A single, half-muffled bell will toll as the funeral cortege draws up to St Paul’s. Fourteen Chelsea Pensioners will line the steps as t(...)

Stage Struck

‘Human kind cannot bear very much reality,” goes a line in a TS Eliot poem. It helps to explain the appeal of art, which transforms even the re(...)

Manhattan skyline, New York; the next few years will bring a vibrant, new mid-town Irish Arts Centre to the city. Photograph: Getty

On 11th Avenue in New York, the wind soughs in off the Hudson river. At night it brings with it a thin fog that seems to have stepped from a TS(...)

Reading now: a coffee and a Kindle. Photograph: Will Ireland/Future via Getty Images

When the first commercial ereaders were launched, in the late 1990s, the publishing industry expressed concern about the future of the paperbac(...)

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