Clive James

— or, Stroking Her Feet to Opus 131. A new poem.

“One of the principles of public service is that it does not just consist of a race to the top with the resignation of those who lose”

Clive James’s verse commentary on Proust is not a work of criticism, but of deep and eloquent appreciation

‘It is Homer Simpson, I believe, who is credited with the observation, “Actors—is there anything they don’t know?”’

Two poets on the pleasure of memory

Clive James: whether the culture is low or high, he is in it for the thrills

Clive James’s new collection of poetry looks at his past but is far from mournful nostalgia; it celebrates his eventful life

Book review of A Point of View by Clive James