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Not nice people

by Joe Palmer

[ august 14 ]

"We’re all a little bit nuts in our self-absorption and greed, enjoying other people’s misery..."

The most dangerous, devastating, insidious, invidious, ubiquitous and perfectly legal narcotic in the world

by Alexander Zubatov

[ march 14 ]

"The temporary joys sex may confer are far outweighed by its negative consequences, most seminal of these being the danger that we may procreate."

Tomason and Thomason

by Seamus Sweeney

[ november 13 ]

The curious charm of the useless architectural feature

The pocket

by Julian Baker

[ november 13 ]

Pockets are human too, part of the closed system that is the trouser

Hitchens through the looking glass

by Kevin Higgins

[ august 13 ]

The late polemicist gets a taste of his own medicine

Realism's last word

by Louis Armand

[ august 13 ]

How, in the current publishing environment, is it possible even to begin a serious discussion about the "future of the novel"?

Silence

by Seamus Sweeney

[ march 13 ]

A fragment

The US healthcare plan shunts billions into R&D in stem cells and neuroscience

by Steve Homan

[ october 12 ]

The pharmaceutical lobby could not really have achieved more for their industry...

Bronx jails: Police power, presumptions of guilt

by Steve Homan

[ september 12 ]

A cautionary tale of arrest

On A Confederacy of Dunces

by Joe Palmer

[ december 11 ]

Twenty years after it was published, the novel is still tedious, repetitious, unpleasant - and funny.