William Gardner Smith’s republished 1963 novel ‘The Stone Face’ tells the story of a black artist who hopes to escape American racism in Paris – only to encounter the French government’s violent suppression of the struggle for Algerian independence.
Adam Mars-Jones’ novel Batlava Lake mixes Gardeners’ Question Time with the discovery of mass graves in Kosovo, in a story of the late 1990s.
A new book explores the development of St. Pauli, a German football club whose fans responded to the decay of the 1980s and rise of the far-right on the terraces by adopting radical politics.
Jess Phillips wants to present herself as a truth-teller who is in touch with the concerns of ordinary people – but behind the shtick she is a candidate for whom PR matters more than politics.
Will Wiles’ novel Plume depicts the aftermath of the “property-owning democracy.”
Brexit has shaped an era of politics around competing narratives of Leave and Remain; to be relevant, the left must tell its own story.
In Sam Byers’ future, tech utopians and right-wing populists find common ground.