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Dark Neighbourhood by Vanessa Onwuemezi review – wildly original

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In the eponymous story of Vanessa Onwuemezi’s beautiful, vertiginous and enriching first collection, the reader inhabits what might be the very near future. The fantastic elements of standard dystopia are stripped awa...

The imagination fix: 10 ways to stay wildly creative as office life returns

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If you were one of the lucky ones during the lockdowns – healthy, in employment, furloughed or working from home, with no young children – you may have seized on the spare time to knock out a novel or two, master clog...

What happened when a ‘wildly irrational’ algorithm made crucial healthcare decisions

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Going up against an algorithm was a battle unlike any other Larkin Seiler had faced. Because of his cerebral palsy, the 40-year-old, who works at an environmental engineering firm and loves attending sports games of n...

‘Like a Rothko dancing wildly to jazz’ – Helen Frankenthaler review

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You generally have to go to New York to do abstract expressionism properly. For a moment, among Helen Frankenthaler’s very, very big paintings, I thought I was there among the skyscrapers, until I looked out of the wi...

Jane Rogers on writing Mr Wroe’s Virgins: ‘I was wildly ambitious, and had a chip on my shoulder’

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When I started work on Mr Wroe’s Virgins I was 35. I was wildly ambitious, and had a chip on my shoulder. Faber had published my first three novels and all had found critical favour. But I was broke and my sales were ...