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The award-winning author’s fiction resonates with contemporary concerns
Corporate schemes proliferate, but those outside them often give the greatest advice
The Booker Prize-winning author is a lifelong conservationist and birder — no wonder all manner of winged creatures flit through her works
A prison-cum-timeshare scheme is the subject of the author’s tale of a near-future US — but do the economics add up?
Reporters in ‘deadly peril’ following string of attacks amid a lukewarm response from government
Iranian-American director Ana Lily Amirpour’s debut film is clever, cool — and funny
Tales of murderous fantasies in old age
‘MaddAddam’, by Margaret Atwood; ‘The Abominable’, by Dan Simmons; ‘Dream London’, by Tony Ballantyne
High finance is so high it is seen as non-human, writes Margaret Atwood
Margaret Atwood’s clarification of her relationship with science fiction
The extinction of the great auk is poignant. What if by extinguishing other species we are killing off parts of ourselves?
Why was E&Y overseeing the voting on the African version of ‘Big Brother’?