Articles by Edward Docx
Drawing upon painful experience, Edward Docx presents an author’s survival guide to book tours
One man's quest to deconstruct the catwalk during London Fashion Week
I admit: I am entirely without reason or sense when it comes to Bob Dylan. But there’s still nothing like seeing him play
Visiting Tolstoy’s estate, Edward Docx met writers who live gloriously and furiously—and took a beating on behalf of the former head of MI5
A new exhibition signals the end of postmodernism. But what was it? And what comes next?
Novelist Edward Docx had to know what it feels like to be lost—truly lost—in the Amazon. So he went to Brazil and hired some men to leave him in the jungle
This is the age of aquariums: young men are paying a fortune to “aqua-scape” their indoor fish tanks—and parting with up to £250,000 for a single fish. Why?
I’m having nightmares about the polling booth. My greatest fear? Choosing a candidate
Most novelists and poets are broke. But why aren’t we getting a bailout? We’ve been no worse at our jobs than the bankers