Chris Knight reviews the new documentary Margaret Atwood: A Word after a Word after a Word is Power.
The answer will make you very angry
'I would find out later that the strike request exchanges were taking place on a WhatsApp channel. Armies, air forces, an infinity of munitions, all orchestrated via a free chat application'
'We don't have to end up in a world where there's very little diversity, where most of our foods are just memories'
Calum Marsh: This isn’t a book about someone who has 'it.' It’s a book about someone who doesn’t have it, but wishes they did
Graeme Gibson, who has died at age 84, relished his partner Margaret Atwood’s successes but never let it diminish his own integrity
A study of 'forbidden' books shows complaints from the progressive side of the spectrum are nearly neck-and-neck with traditional violence and nudity challenges
All should be long dead, but they're refusing to die
Chris Knight: One expects a film based on a novel to have a literary pedigree, but The Goldfinch wears its Bildungsroman on its sleeve