Laura Freeman

Edward Burne-Jones

A dream of Camelot: the ethereal genius of Edward Burne-Jones

Write on

What are the duties of the modern author? To tweet hourly, to Instagram daily, to podcast weekly, to pen a monthly TinyLetter

My private Paris

Get a gallery to yourself in Paris: pick an unfashionable country or a passed-over period

Pure filth

When it comes to walking, be independent and indefatigable, like Jane Austen's heroines — and Jane Austen herself

Into the vortex of Widmerpool

"Everyone has their Widmerpool . . . Who is your Widmerpool? — awesomely, whose Widmerpool are you?"

Driving me crazy

Would a 100-yen good luck token buy me Zen at the wheel?

Towards the end of the story

Stephen Glover's Fleet Street novel Splash! is a burlesque treat

Tricks Of Memory

Novels by Francesca Segal and Anna Stothard take on the plight of the modern Millenial

A Holy Man In Harrow

The life of the poet and artist David Jones

Bold Women About Town

The flâneuse — the female counterpart to the flâneur — and her adventures in cities past and present

Underrated: Abroad

The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”

The king of cakes

"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"