In memory of W.G. Sebald.
A journey through madness, mania and healing.
Cult author Stephen King explains how he goes about writing his punchy prose. Not being a great fan of fiction, I’ve only ever read one of King’s novels—Misery, which was excellent—but the advice he imparts applies mostly as well to any genre of writing. A large proportion of this book is memoir, rather than writing… Continue reading Book review: ‘On Writing’ by Stephen King
The selected letters of Virginia Woolf.
Essays about books and authors.
Humorous memoir from the future Poet Laureate.
Uwe Johnson in Sheerness (1974–1984).
The writer and his work.
Vol. 4 of ‘The Smoking Diaries’.
Vol. 3 of ‘The Smoking Diaries’.