From a novel about Iranian Jewish exile to a Jamaican murder mystery, Jane Ciabattari rounds up the 10 best reads of the next month.
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including reviews of new books by Martin Amis and Steven Pinker, and the art forger who became a national hero.
The Theory of Everything tells the story of Stephen Hawking’s struggle with motor neurone disease. Tom Brook talks to the film’s star Eddie Redmayne.
Images of alluring young witches and hideous hags have been around for centuries – but what do they mean? Alastair Sooke investigates.
From Will & Grace to Glee and Modern Family, TV has played a critical role in shaping a positive perception of the LGBT community worldwide, Tom Brook reports.
The cause of good writing is not served by griping pedants, writes Steven Pinker.
Girls’ creator Lena Dunham is the latest author of a shocking personal memoir. Hephzibah Anderson explains the dos and don’ts of the sensational literary genre.
The spring/summer collections at Paris are full of dreamy, magic moments, says Susie Lau. And serious signature looks from the big fashion houses
Few guitarists are treated with as much reverence as Jimi Hendrix. But myths about his talent do him a disservice, argues Greg Kot.
It’s va-va voom versus quiet sophistication at the finale of Milan fashion week Spring/Summer 2015. Susie Lau reports from the front row.