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The FT’s deputy Life & Arts editor travels back to 1939 New York for a night of rich conversation and strong cocktails
Writer Eula Biss explores work, capitalism and why a culture of secrecy and shame surrounds what we earn and own
The interstices of fact and fiction are explored in an intriguing collection of riffs on the transience of our world
As it celebrates its anniversary and starts to reopen, the charity is confronting its links with slavery and colonialism
The ‘Cloud Atlas’ writer’s narrative journey through time sees him land in counterculture Soho
Singers such as Lena Horne and Ella Fitzgerald mined the depths of this Great American Songbook classic
Lorien Kite goes down the rabbit hole to examine the countless reimaginings featured in an upcoming V&A show
The composer, 90 this weekend, wrote the number as a last-minute replacement for his musical Company
The actress talks about her role in Philip Pullman’s ‘His Dark Materials’ and why she likes playing ‘villainesses’
The British pride themselves on their GSOH — but what happens when politicians are in on the joke?
An artist who captured the subtle moods of childhood
How did the villainous buccaneers become the stuff of playrooms and storybooks?
The author’s maddeningly compelling ‘My Struggle’ project reaches its conclusion with a sixth volume
As an exhibition opens at the V&A, Lorien Kite tests the appeal of one of literature’s most beloved characters
The American author explains how a great American president spurred him to create a new kind of novel
Short-story writer and first-time novelist on Abraham Lincoln, loss and re-writing
American writer takes top British literary prize for his novel ‘Lincoln in the Bardo’
The Nobel Prize winner has proved unusually consistent and enduring
The British writer takes prize for feminist dystopia ‘The Power’
Over turbot and cigarette breaks, the Norwegian literary sensation talks about his autobiographical epic ‘My Struggle’
FT writers and guests select their must-read titles. Introduction by Lorien Kite
Book on international law by Philippe Sands wins biggest non-fiction award
Two-time winner JM Coetzee left off in final six
The Oscar-winning writer and artist talks to Lorien Kite about fairytales, nightmares and why we’re all migrants now
Can the warring houses of Westeros unite to ward off the threat posed by the White Walkers?