Dark and comedic, Doomocracy comes to deepest Brooklyn
"The soup is the flavour equivalent of wrapping a blanket over your shoulders as autumn starts to bite. I could eat it, as they say round our way, to a band playing"
"There aren’t many authors who could compel me to read a five-page essay on the actor Russell Crowe, much less to read that essay twice"
"These miniatures are less doll’s house than haunted house"
A new novel from the onetime bad girl of American letters is disarmingly big-hearted, empathetic and moving – and haunted by past fictions
"Marc Newson’s Skybed is a rare opportunity to enjoy a design classic at 30,000 feet - but certain details on the flight I took could have used some tuning up "
Neil Stewart reviews Grant Achatz's radical reopened Alinea in Chicago
Neil Stewart travels through the 4000+ pages of Marcel Proust's masterwork via Brazil, Scotland, Turkey and Australia