The straightforward truth is elusive in the life of Russian politician Eduard Limonov, but Emmanuel Carrere’s book is so readable it’s difficult to care.
Following a weekend visit back to her old stomping ground, Ellen provides a sneak peek into one of Nottingham’s latest drinking dens, The Hockley Arts Club.
In a town with so much to remember – and so much to forget – memorials mean much. While in Western Europe statues and plaques serve more as decoration, in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev, they breathe with the people’s hopes and fears.
A trip to one of Italy’s best kept secrets.
All around the world Persians turn to the poet Hafez to answer their most important questions.
A visit to Venice makes Amanda Riddick wonder how we may have to reinvent the wheel.
Carole Allsop ponders the history of our species and recommends a visit to the new Evolution Gallery at London’s Natural History Museum.
Award winning novelist and writer Sophie Masson talks with Sandra Teles about the launch of City Writers’ Room.
The sun comforts me this morning of the first, April in splendor of Spring Dishing its gift of gold, massaging my bones with vitality, Burning off the looming spirits.