Features

The State of Nature

A classic treatise against men writing about the natural world.

Life on the Cut

Projectile excrement, dodgy deals and bizarre characters – that's life as a continuous cruiser on London’s waterways.

FBPE Fantasia

Unpicking the last four years of Remaniac delusions.

Herdmindedness

Do good novelists have to write good novels?

Cut Fringes and Spilt Lattes

Lukewarm coffee and awkward dates combine in London’s lesbian world.

Flann on Call

Our Westminster correspondent, Flann O'Brien, has identified a new revenue stream.

London Haunts

How to put up with tech talk from handsome Californians.

Conversations with Friends about Sally Rooney

An epistolary inquiry into the zeitgeist, the novels, the publishers and me.

Chef Bites Back: Giles Coren

Food critics love to dish it out – and make a tidy sum doing so – but no one puts them under the spotlight. Until now.

Evelyn Waugh: Fictive Seer

Examining the links between England's leading post-war novelist and Brexit.