Neil D.A. Stewart

A star is transitioned | The magnificent ascendance and significance of Jordan Gray

A star is transitioned | The magnificent ascendance and significance of Jordan Gray

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"Jordan Gray is a star in near-vertical ascent, and she’s bringing all of us with her"

<em>X</em> | A Q&A with Davey Davis on their futuristic New York queer noir

X | A Q&A with Davey Davis on their futuristic New York queer noir

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"Sexual perversion is so ingrained in the history of 20th-century queerness that it's the rule, not the exception"

Cooking the history books | El Llorenç Parc de la Mar, Palma

Cooking the history books | El Llorenç Parc de la Mar, Palma

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"This is a restaurant where tradition is (forgive me) baked in"

Life on the Nile

Life on the Nile

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"To the shy or less than gregarious among us, the cruise sounds like hell on water"

The best books of 2021

The best books of 2021

by Neil D.A. Stewart

In a year defined by a sense of stultification, existential dread and a slender grip on sanity, there were some remarkable works of art

Rasherman | Review: Nicolas Cage in <em>Pig</em>

Rasherman | Review: Nicolas Cage in Pig

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"Pig is mythic, macho and very serious about what it wants to say. But what does it want to say?"

The best books of 2020

The best books of 2020

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"Pandemics, zombie cities, political coups attempted by inept supervillains – the stuff of fiction invaded real life this year"

Review: <em>Shuggie Bain</em> by Douglas Stuart

Review: Shuggie Bain by Douglas Stuart

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"All this is bleak stuff. Delighted as I always am to see my home city represented in fiction, and to rewalk its geography in prose, I also cavil at depictions of Glaswegian life that are unremittingly grim"

Pop Life | Review: <em>Warhol</em> by Blake Gopnik

Pop Life | Review: Warhol by Blake Gopnik

by Neil D.A. Stewart

Neil D.A. Stewart dives into the biggest book of the year

Game on | Review: The Game Bird, London

Game on | Review: The Game Bird, London

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"One question still vexes me, year in, year out. Where can I take my parents for dinner in London?"