When the pandemic began, entertainment seemed more important than ever. At once we all seemed to have so much more time on our hands to consume whatever we had previously missed out on.
It is not often that the arts play such an explicit role in politics, but Zelenskyy’s well-meaning satire of Ukrainian politics evidently struck a chord with the people, and continues to resonate through this incredibly difficult time in global politics.
Why have shows like Euphoria come to generate such discourse about teenage behaviour?
An exploration of why the late Joan Didion remains so important in today’s literary culture.
Should we be reaching for books that provide us with a sense of familiarity, or should we search for new experiences?