Articles by Jane Shilling
At a time when the food industry is both imperilling the planet and ourselves, a new book argues that it's time for the government to step in
The late style of the graphic novelist is both enticingly accessible and disturbingly perceptive
An ex-US soldier's novel about the US Civil War and its aftermath is an ambitious exercise in Southern Gothic
The cartoon trolls are a children's favourite. But, as a new exhibition reveals, they haunted their creator
Colm Tóibín new novel reimagines of the story of the house of Atreus—but dwells in a place of its own
Jane Shilling / July 20, 2017
Tóibín beautifully combines the restrained elegance of a Greek vase-painting with an all-too-human pathos
He bestowed an exquisite sense of self on the women who wore his designs
"Atwood is never less than readable, and she sustains her fantasy with gallant ingenuity."
"Eschewing conventional plot and characterisation, Levy’s narrative unfolds in a series of potent images"
For some women turning 50 can herald a stylish rebirth, finds Jane Shilling