Posts by John Lanchester

Yards of Speculation

Market Chaos Imminent

Gravitas Frenzy

None of the Above

Not Democracy

That was a downer

The Miliband Lab

Britain Decides!

Where Your Vote Barely Matters

500 Safe Seats, 150 Marginals

Check Your Boundaries

How to Vote Tactically

The Problem with Swingometers

72 Hours to Go

Black Holes

How Sinn Fein May Help the Tories

Unfair and Unclear

The Coming Constitutional Muddle

End of the World

The Last Debate

Mrsduffygate

Brown and the 'bigoted woman'

‘Essentially a Criminal Enterprise’

Fuckyouitis

Goldman Sachs FC

The Chewing Gum Election

Esprit de l'escalier

New, Shiny, Control Freak

buys an iPad

Neck and Neck and Neck

Shampoo in the Eyes

The Second Debate

Cat-Stranglers

The Lib Dems and the Press

How to Break the System

What if the Lib Dems win?

Bonds, BNP, Bets

Faites vos jeux

What the Punters Say

Baggins for Farage

If Hobbits Could Vote

Kaboom!

The SEC v. Goldman Sachs

‘Yuck’

The Leaders' Debate

North Korean Flavour

The Tory Manifesto

Read more by John Lanchester on the LRB website.

  • Recent Posts

    RSS – posts

  • Contributors

  • Recent Comments

    • Timothy Rogers on An Exercise in Forgetting: Using WWI as an exemplary case, it would be easy to demonstrate that “most soldiers” do not willingly sacrifice themselves on the altar of nation,...
    • steve kay on An Exercise in Forgetting: Sadly this year, friends and I experienced more hostility to white poppies than ever before. Usually merely mutterings, and Quakers got away with by a...
    • Joe Morison on An Exercise in Forgetting: The morality of the First World War is as hard to pin down its causes. Just because it was a moral catastrophe that should have been avoided doesn’t...
    • ejh on Sporting Facts: Remarkably, it transpires that the seventy-quid plus that AGON are demanding of spectators in Holborn doesn't even give the purchaser more than thirty...
    • kathleen conway on In Squirrel Hill: Poignant article, beautifully written. Thank you. On this election day, we can hope for a change in our nation. Maybe this will be the day that will...

    RSS – comments

  • Contact

  • Blog Archive

Advertisement
Advertisement