Articles by Will Self
Since the first camera lens, virtual technologies have changed the way we see the world and each other. But at what cost?
Post-war British architecture often gets a bad rap. But it wasn’t all concrete and cars—some, like my father Peter Self, wanted to created urban living spaces on a human scale
Written after the Heart of Darkness, the novelist's secret agent thriller gains a new relevance today
To sustain a properly functioning society we need more than just social freedoms and the free market
Will Self / April 19, 2018
As long as you can cope with corpses playing jazz with human bones
Many have thrown off the God delusion, but another has us in a firmer embrace
Are we masters of technology or has it mastered us, asks Will Self
In the age of broadband and the cloud, will our walls be bare?