Articles by Leo Benedictus
An interest in passports is often sign of a nationalist turn
An iPad app for A Clockwork Orange points to an exciting future for fiction, even if it threatens the authority of the writer
A new kind of novel is taking over. Is the “hindered narrator” a step forward for fiction?
Why do book reviewers insist on being so nice? More honesty would benefit everyone
It’s a shame some libraries are closing, but this is not the end of civilisation. Quite the opposite
Creative writing courses once suffered a similar reputation to media studies. But as their alumni start to swell the ranks of the literary elite, this is changing