"I waded out into the harbour with a jam jar, barefoot, eyes half-closed, trying to get a sense of where the river meets the sea"
"Ruthlessly self-serving and cruel, often cringe-inducingly pretentious, but also, more than anything, a raffish savant"
Independent and underground cinema is a dream palace for the rediscovery of the lost landscapes of London and New York City
"Even when worn by bandits and fools in old Japanese movies, they suggest ease and style"
Neil D.A. Stewart picks ten of the best, from escapism to studies in common humanity
"Kirill Gerstein has long fingers and I am sure he time-travels"
"I had friends who were dying, and I realised, 'I’m writing a soufflé'"
Neil D.A. Stewart picks out 2018’s greatest new books
"Sabrina is a book about a very twenty-first century tragedy. It’s about how death is reported, mediated, sensationalised, politicised"
"I have seen Thurston Moore wandering around looking for food, clutching a forlorn Spar. Now they’ve even shut the Spar. Laugharne does its own thing"