Cathy Rentzenbrink / September 18, 2018
Why don’t we make it easier for anyone to have a glass of water without interrogation?
Charlotte Higgins / September 18, 2018
Homer's classic was literature's first example of men shutting up women. But it is a mistake to write off the Odyssey as a misogynist text
Cal Flyn / September 18, 2018
I dared not imagine the sort of desperate, protracted battle in which a splitting axe might come in useful overnight
Hephzibah Anderson / September 17, 2018
My sister and I bicker all the time—apparently this is a good thing
"Oxford has made me insufferable" From Lord Byron to Sylvia Plath, writers recall their first days at uni
Ian Irvine / August 22, 2018
Sylvia Plath "could cry with happiness", while Jeremy Lewis found Dublin "quite dreadful"
Hephzibah Anderson / August 22, 2018
The robots are coming, but at least the kids will be prepared
Charlotte Higgins / August 22, 2018
Is Boris Johnson with "the people" or the mob?
Benjamin Markovits / August 21, 2018
At the end of every summer I wondered if this would be the year I'd stop, recalls Benjamin Markovits
Cal Flyn / August 21, 2018
Life is humbling, as my fire-starting abilities never fail to prove
Cathy Rentzenbrink / August 20, 2018
Cathy Rentzenbrink on the dangers of obsessing over the news