The Royal African Society looks back at the history of the Africa Writes festival.
When Poets Write Novels
Caoilinn Hughes on the ten best novels written by poets
William Atkins In Conversation
William Atkins on deserts, exploration and monasticism.
Louise Bourgeois as I Knew Her
Novelist Jean Frémon on the artist Louise Bourgeois
‘On the coast of Cumbria, in the Lake District, there is a nuclear reprocessing plant called Sellafield, formerly Windscale, that daily pumps up to a million gallons of radioactive waste down a mile and a half of pipeline, into the Irish Sea. It has done this for thirty-five years.’