Column by David Cranmer January 20, 2021
A.E. Hotchner, Eileen Simpson, Salman Rushdie, and Martin Amis wrote exceptional memoirs that give rare, satisfying behind-the-scene glimpses of fellow top authors without antipathy or idolatry.
Column by David Cranmer October 13, 2017
David Cranmer explores how literary authors Chekov, Amis, and Greene portray death in their fiction, interweaving his own experiences with the dead and why realism is compulsory in his reading.
Column by JS Breukelaar
Some dystopian tales to remind us to be careful what we wish for-—Heaven on Earth is just the B-side to End of Days.
News by Peter Derk
Martin Amis' fictionalized Auschwitz novel, 'The Zone of Interest', faces challenges in finding a publisher.
Review by Jack Joslin August 28, 2012
Do writers have a duty to their readers? A look at Martin Amis and his very angry novel 'Lionel Asbo: State of England'.
Column by Cath Murphy June 5, 2012
Picking Lovecraft to read on a remote Swedish island probably wasn't a good idea. Learn from my errors and pack a holiday book which won't send you screaming for the airport.