Articles by Jason Cowley
A Jewish Museum in Berlin, a war museum in Manchester, even a Rwanda massacre memorial - is Libeskind being typecast? If so, it may help him to the biggest prize in contemporary architecture
Football has become rich and cosmopolitan and at the heart of our entertainment culture. But what about the footballers themselves?
The Jeremiahs of cultural decline are self-serving and wrong
Russian literary culture is in disarray but it can still have a good row about its most fashionable writer
The author of "Crash" and "Empire of the Sun" talks to Prospect about sex, technology and the 1960s. Do his dark obsessions amount to a serious quest to understand modernity?
To his critics he is an arrogant apologist for colonialism and a cheerleader for Hindu nationalism. To his admirers he is the finest writer in the English language and creator of a new literary form....
British fiction is thriving, according to publishers. But having read countless novels as a Booker judge, Jason Cowley is disenchanted by the shallowness of Britain's literary vision. Is it a passing...