All posts tagged sophy kohler

The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt

Death in Amsterdam, murder in Manhattan

SOPHY KOHLER reviews Donna Tartt’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, The Goldfinch.

A. D. Miller

Turning a blind eye

SOPHY KOHLER speaks to A.D. Miller about the psychological metaphor of snowdrops that permeates his Man Booker shortlisted novel.

Stealing a glimpse of the trio behind the "A Girl Walks Into..." erotic choose-your-own-adventure stories

10 QUESTIONS: Helena S. Paige

SOPHY KOHLER gets a glimpse of the trio behind the A Girl Walks Into… erotic choose-your-own-adventure series.

Laurent Binet

Breaking history

SOPHY KOHLER encounters soap star looks, bizarre tea habits and a brilliant mind when she sits down with Laurent Binet to discuss his World War Two “infra-novel” HHhH — an account of the attempted assassination of a Nazi officer in Prague.

Mary Watson

Flirting with crime

Caine Prize winner Mary Watson discusses her debut novel, The Cutting Room, with SOPHY KOHLER.

Transatlantic by Colum McCann

Looping lives

SOPHY KOHLER reviews the Man Booker-longlisted TransAtlantic by Colum McCann, a fictional exploration of the links, and lives, that bind the US and Ireland.


VIDEO: Interview with Tope Folarin

SOPHY KOHLER speaks to Tope Folarin, winner of this year’s Caine Prize for African Writing.

James Webb

THE READER: James Webb

Artist and experimental musician James Webb reveals his literary side.