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The essays in Against Everything are learned, original, highly entertaining, and, from start to finish, dead serious, reinventing and reinvigorating what intellectuals can be and say and do. Key topics are the tyranny of exercise, the folly of food snobbery, the sexualization of childhood (and everything else), the philosophical meaning of pop music, the rise and fall of the hipster, the uses.
The lectures have been collected and published under the title The Face of God (Continuum, 2012), In 2011 he gave the Stanton Lectures in the Divinity School at the University of Cambridge. The eight lectures can be viewed here, and were published in 2014 as The Soul of the World (Princeton University Press). He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and a fellow of the British Academy.
First at Private Eye, then as editor of the Literary Review and finally as co-founder of the Academy Club, he reported on every aspect of the book world. His satire, astute observations and spoof diaries informed and entertained in equal measure. Sympathetically edited by Naim Attallah, this collection includes autobiographical pieces and the entirety of From the Pulpit, Auberon Waugh’s.
Jerome Booth is an economist, was co-founder of fund manager Ashmore, and is Chairman of Anglia Ruskin University. Dr Chris Gibson-Smith Chris Gibson-Smith is an earth scientist and businessman. He was a UK Sustainability Commissioner and Chairman of the London Stock Exchange. Kathy Gyngell. Kathy Gyngell is a social policy analyst, broadcaster and journalist; and editor of The Conservative.
A short story collection from Lauren Groff and a book of essays by Zadie. The Quietus co-founder Luke Turner's debut novel opens in the wreckage of a relationship as he comes to terms with.
A new edition of Laura Mulvey's groundbreaking collection of essays, originally published in 1989. In an extensive introduction to this second edition, Mulvey looks back at the historical and personal contexts for her famous article Visual Pleasure and Narrative Cinema, and reassesses her theories in the light of new technologies.
Apryl Lee is the co-founder—along with Nicole Haroutunian—and host of Halfway There, a quarterly reading series in Montclair. Her short stories and essays have been published at The New Orleans Review, Joyland Magazine, Word Riot, Underwater New York, Keyhole Press, Necessary Fiction, and Handwritten Work, among others. She teaches writing.