Neil D.A. Stewart

Across the water and into the future, in the Maldives

Across the water and into the future, in the Maldives

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"As a design destination, it’s already moving at warp speed"

The best books of 2018 | Reading to take you through another year

The best books of 2018 | Reading to take you through another year

by Neil D.A. Stewart

Neil D.A. Stewart picks out 2018’s greatest new books

Déjà pho | A food tour of Vietnam

Déjà pho | A food tour of Vietnam

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"I started as I would continue: perched on a tiny plastic chair at 7am." Neil D.A. Stewart eats his way from Hanoi to Saigon, but skips the dog

Review: Sabrina by Nick Drnaso

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"Sabrina is a book about a very twenty-first century tragedy. It’s about how death is reported, mediated, sensationalised, politicised"

Eleven thousand feet and rising: Mil, Peru

Eleven thousand feet and rising: Mil, Peru

by Neil D.A. Stewart

Mil is Peruvian wunderkind Virgilio Martínez’s high-wire, high-altitude new endeavour

The best books of 2017 | A time to get weird

The best books of 2017 | A time to get weird

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"These unnerving stories resonate in – or haunt – the mind long after reading"

Everyone else loves Páteo at Bairro do Avillez in Lisbon … did I go to the same restaurant!?

Everyone else loves Páteo at Bairro do Avillez in Lisbon … did I go to the same restaurant!?

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"When I go to the toilet, I happen upon a waitress spraying copious amounts of stain remover upon the man whose chinos she has spilled food all down"

Review: Il Palagio at Four Seasons Firenze

Review: Il Palagio at Four Seasons Firenze

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"'That’s Tommy Hilfiger!' my companion stage-whispers"

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Review: Angels in America at the National Theatre, London

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"It’s possible that it would be a better play if there were no angels in Angels in America"

The best books of 2016 | Neil D.A.Stewart

The best books of 2016 | Neil D.A.Stewart

by Neil D.A. Stewart

It was the worst of times. Yes, definitely the worst of times. But what was the best literature in another otherwise abysmal year?