Claire Armitstead

Claire Armitstead is Associate Editor, Culture, for the Guardian. Curiouser and curiouser.

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BAME short story prize shortlist ranges across modern life
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BAME short story prize shortlist ranges across modern life
August, 6 2018
Refugees, in their own words – books podcast
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Refugees, in their own words – books podcast
July, 31 2018
Michael Ondaatje and the Booker longlist – books podcast
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Michael Ondaatje and the Booker longlist – books podcast
July, 24 2018
Anuradha Roy: ‘Inequality in India has never been more catastrophic'
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Anuradha Roy: ‘Inequality in India has never been more catastrophic'
July, 16 2018
Ancient tales are back in fashion – for telling it like it is
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Ancient tales are back in fashion – for telling it like it is
July, 16 2018
Summer reading and Ross Raisin on how to be a great writer – books podcast
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Summer reading and Ross Raisin on how to be a great writer – books podcast
July, 10 2018
'Her tragedy is to look like me': Jim Broadbent's graphic novel
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'Her tragedy is to look like me': Jim Broadbent's graphic novel
July, 6 2018
Frederick Wiseman: ‘I’m not a fly on the wall. I’m at least 2% conscious’
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Frederick Wiseman: ‘I’m not a fly on the wall. I’m at least 2% conscious’
July, 6 2018
The rise of autofiction, with Olivia Laing and Christina Patterson – books podcast
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The rise of autofiction, with Olivia Laing and Christina Patterson – books podcast
July, 3 2018
The Town Hall Affair review – the day Germaine Greer took down Norman Mailer
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The Town Hall Affair review – the day Germaine Greer took down Norman Mailer
June, 22 2018
Morality clauses: are publishers right to police writers?
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Morality clauses: are publishers right to police writers?
June, 13 2018
Grenfell one year on: the student midwife who rushed to help
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Grenfell one year on: the student midwife who rushed to help
June, 10 2018
Kamila Shamsie: 'We have to find reasons for optimism'
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Kamila Shamsie: 'We have to find reasons for optimism'
June, 8 2018
Should a museum dump its Warhols to buy up work by artists of colour?
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Should a museum dump its Warhols to buy up work by artists of colour?
May, 4 2018
Nobel literature prize: anomalous vanity bauble scrambles for dignity
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Nobel literature prize: anomalous vanity bauble scrambles for dignity
May, 4 2018
Club tropicália: the mesmerising power of Brazilian art
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Club tropicália: the mesmerising power of Brazilian art
April, 22 2018
Olga Tokarczuk: ‘I was very naive. I thought Poland would be able to discuss the dark areas of our history’
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Olga Tokarczuk: ‘I was very naive. I thought Poland would be able to discuss the dark areas of our history’
April, 20 2018
Kathleen Turner: Finding My Voice review – a triumphant roar from Hollywood royalty
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Kathleen Turner: Finding My Voice review – a triumphant roar from Hollywood royalty
April, 20 2018
Calling all BAME writers: entries open for the 2018 short story prize
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Calling all BAME writers: entries open for the 2018 short story prize
April, 17 2018
Benedict Wells, plus Man Booker International prize and London book fair news – books podcast
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Benedict Wells, plus Man Booker International prize and London book fair news – books podcast
April, 17 2018
Packing My Library by Alberto Manguel review – a bibliophile’s demons
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Packing My Library by Alberto Manguel review – a bibliophile’s demons
April, 14 2018
Speaking out: Ted Hughes winner Jay Bernard on exploring the New Cross fire in a one-off performance
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Speaking out: Ted Hughes winner Jay Bernard on exploring the New Cross fire in a one-off performance
April, 5 2018
Mary Beard on women and power – books podcast
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Mary Beard on women and power – books podcast
April, 3 2018
Fourth plinth: how a winged bull made of date syrup cans is defying Isis
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Fourth plinth: how a winged bull made of date syrup cans is defying Isis
March, 26 2018
Jim Crace on The Melody – books podcast
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Jim Crace on The Melody – books podcast
March, 20 2018
Tracy Beaker, please never grow up
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Tracy Beaker, please never grow up
March, 13 2018
Smile Upon Us, Lord review – a comic epic 'Waiting for Jehovah'
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Smile Upon Us, Lord review – a comic epic 'Waiting for Jehovah'
March, 1 2018
In an age of anger and cynicism, let me make the case for worthiness
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In an age of anger and cynicism, let me make the case for worthiness
February, 24 2018
Awards for women, writers of colour, small presses – why are there so many books prizes?
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Awards for women, writers of colour, small presses – why are there so many books prizes?
February, 21 2018
Why we need to rethink climate change, with Timothy Morton – books podcast
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Why we need to rethink climate change, with Timothy Morton – books podcast
February, 13 2018
My son is trans and polyamorous - here's what I learned from him
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My son is trans and polyamorous - here's what I learned from him
February, 9 2018
LGBT must-reads and a new history of trans Britain – books podcast
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LGBT must-reads and a new history of trans Britain – books podcast
February, 6 2018
Women and food, and Helen Dunmore's posthumous Costa prize – books podcast
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Women and food, and Helen Dunmore's posthumous Costa prize – books podcast
February, 1 2018
‘My life’s stem was cut’ – a poem by Helen Dunmore
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‘My life’s stem was cut’ – a poem by Helen Dunmore
January, 31 2018
Peter Carey in conversation
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Peter Carey in conversation
January, 23 2018
Nikesh Shukla and Julia Kingsford on The Good Agency, plus Tony White
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Nikesh Shukla and Julia Kingsford on The Good Agency, plus Tony White
January, 16 2018
Lost in (mis)translation? English take on Korean novel has critics up in arms
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Lost in (mis)translation? English take on Korean novel has critics up in arms
January, 15 2018
Gail Honeyman: ‘I didn’t want Eleanor Oliphant to be portrayed as a victim’
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Gail Honeyman: ‘I didn’t want Eleanor Oliphant to be portrayed as a victim’
January, 12 2018
Jonathan Safran Foer on Aleksandar Hemon's The Bees, Part 1 – short story podcast
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Jonathan Safran Foer on Aleksandar Hemon's The Bees, Part 1 – short story podcast
January, 9 2018
David Mitchell on The Monkey's Paw by WW Jacobs – short story podcast
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David Mitchell on The Monkey's Paw by WW Jacobs – short story podcast
January, 5 2018
The Grinning Man review – the greatest freakshow in town
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The Grinning Man review – the greatest freakshow in town
December, 31 2017
White Fang review – in need of more lupine vigour
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White Fang review – in need of more lupine vigour
December, 31 2017
Neil Gaiman on Rudyard Kipling's The Gardener – short story podcast
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Neil Gaiman on Rudyard Kipling's The Gardener – short story podcast
December, 29 2017
Edward St Aubyn's King Lear and the future of literary fiction
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Edward St Aubyn's King Lear and the future of literary fiction
December, 19 2017
Grimly Handsome review – Santa’s grotto meets Starsky and Hutch
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Grimly Handsome review – Santa’s grotto meets Starsky and Hutch
December, 17 2017
Literary fiction is in crisis. A new chapter of funding authors must begin
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Literary fiction is in crisis. A new chapter of funding authors must begin
December, 15 2017
Diana Athill: ‘Enjoy yourself as much as you can without doing any damage to other people’
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Diana Athill: ‘Enjoy yourself as much as you can without doing any damage to other people’
December, 15 2017
1947: When Now Begins and the best books of 2017 – books podcast
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1947: When Now Begins and the best books of 2017 – books podcast
December, 12 2017
Stephen Fry and Emily Wilson on Greek myths – books podcast
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Stephen Fry and Emily Wilson on Greek myths – books podcast
December, 5 2017
A Christmas Carol review – a love song to Christmas
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A Christmas Carol review – a love song to Christmas
December, 3 2017
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