Articles by Sam Leith
The funny thing about nappies—no, bear with me, it’s worth it I promise—is the cute cartoon animals on them. Who is that for?
It was shortly after I bought supper for Michael 's mum and brother in a Devon pub that I had my Jackson epiphany
Rock music is no longer the sole province of youth. But, as my favourite band knows, there's more than one way of growing old
Everyone knows you can be famous just for being famous. But, with a new kind of reality show on the rise, is celebrity-land witnessing a flight towards authority?
In Abu Dhabi, the Arab novel is being thrust towards a global stage. But is Waterstone's ready for metatextual religious sagas?
Looking to hone your appreciation of culture's cutting edge? Try Street Fighter 4: a sublime mix of art, skill and utter silliness
I'm a rational man. I don't blame God for the credit crisis. So why do I believe that someone called Sod controls books and buttered toast?