Joe Henthorn dives into the 19th Century seascapes of Carol Birch's Jamrach's Menagerie whilst Chloe Beswick explores the scandals and corruption of modern Moscow in A D Miller's Snowdrops - the second in our series of Booker Prize reviews.

Jomar de Vrind looks back at the life of the legendary folk guitarist Bert Jansch.

Daisy Johnson and Nick Webb review the first two books shortlisted for the 2011 Booker Prize.

If you haven’t listened to any PJ Harvey I hugely and wholeheartedly suggest you do, particularly her newest album, ‘Let England Shake’. In fact,...

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