Carson McCullers at 100: a century of American suffering
The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter, her debut novel of desolate southern lives, made McCullers an instant star – something she never fully recovered from
Hidden gems of 2016: great reads you may have missed
From AJ Lees’s extraordinary memoir Mentored By a Madman to Fiona Melrose’s Midwinter and Julie Myerson’s chiller The Stopped Heart, our critics recommend the reads that slipped under the radar
Will Self: Are humans evolving beyond the need to tell stories?
Neuroscientists who insist technology is changing our brains may have it wrong. What if we are switching from books to digital entertainment because of a change in our need to communicate?
I’d hate to see Royal Aberdeen underwater. That's going to be my new slogan. Read the full text of the president-elect’s meeting with reporters, editors and opinion columnists from The Times.
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Hotel Amerika Introduces its new Interview Series Beginning with an interview by one of our editors, Liz Gower, with The Grammar of God: A Journey i...
High Hitler: how Nazi drug abuse steered the course of history
German writer Norman Ohler’s astonishing account of methamphetamine addiction in the Third Reich changes what we know about the second world war
How family tragedy turned Roald Dahl into a medical pioneer
After his wife’s stroke and his daughter’s death from measles, Roald Dahl applied his genius to medicine – making extraordinary breakthroughs. His doctor and friend recalls what he learned while treating the author in the last year of his life
The Schooldays of Jesus by J. M. Coetzee | PenguinRandomHouse.com
LONGLISTED FOR THE MAN BOOKER PRIZE A New York Magazine Best Book of the Year From the Nobel Prize-winning author J. M. Coetzee, the haunting sequel...