Journalist and author Tina Jackson reviews Amiss The Pregnant Widow and compares it with another account of 1970s excess - Nick Kents Apathy for the Devil.
As part of our Foyles Curates series, Jonathan Ruppin selects titles based in and around small town America.
Catherine Humble reviews the un-Lished version of Carvers best-known collection What We Talk About When We Talk About Love.
Julia Bell initiates our monthly book group discussion with a short review of Wells Towers acclaimed debut collection. To contribute to the debate login as a member and make a comment....
In the first in a regular series of reviews of lost, but not forgotten books Roger Luckhurst reminds us why we should be reading Arthur Machens The Great God Pan.