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Neil LaBute: Right Back @ You

US playwright and film director Neil LaBute wonders #whendidwebecomesofuckingneedyandruthlessandawful?

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The Want of War: Owen Sheers

Stories of frontline battle are increasingly told by those who have never taken part. Just how urgent are realistic narratives of current warfare and to whom should we look for these accounts?

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The Nonfiction Artist: Gay Talese

PORT visits the Manhattan apartment of Gay Talese, the writer whose investigative curiosity and distinctive prose elevated journalism to an art form

American co-founders of Time magazine Briton Hadden (1898 - 1929) (left) and Henry Luce (1898 - 1967) (center) stand with politician and Cleveland city manager William R. Hopkins (1869 - 1961) who reads an article from an issue of Time magazine, Cleveland, Ohio, August 31, 1925. The magazine, dated from that day, features golfer Robert Tyre Jones Jr. on the cover. (Photo by Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

Donald Morrison: The Death of Time?

Port’s European editor Donald Morrison on the history of Time – the magazine that he called home for over a decade

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James Irvine: a life dedicated to design

Marialaura Rossiello, the widow of influential British designer James Irvine, discusses the forthcoming monograph celebrating his work

Bruce Robinson: Like/Dislike

Writer and director Bruce Robinson shares his lists of likes and dislikes, spanning French words to gooseberries and Margaret Thatcher

Port Issue 16 – Out Now

Port issue 16, our first biannual edition, is out now and features Josh Brolin, Bruce Robinson and a skyscraper special

On the Fly

Author Charles Rangeley-Wilson inspects the artistry and skill surrounding the fisherman’s fly

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James Salter: write or perish

James Salter speaks to Rupert Thomson about his time in the US Air Force, penning intimate portraits of former lovers and shaking off the ‘macho’ label

Top 5: The Hermitage Collection

Marking the museum’s 250th anniversary, publisher Edward Booth-Clibborn selects his favourite items from the collection

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Celebrating Small Business Saturday –The Society Club

Nothing beats a good book – unless it’s accompanied by a great daiquiri.  We meet Babette Kulik whose Soho bookstore combines the two, creating one of the most intriguing literary spaces in London

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Show Time: Sir Peter Blake

With Side-Show on display at the Paul Stolper Gallery, the legendary pop artist recounts his first trip to the circus and sketching beside Dame Laura Knight in the big top

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Riposte: Danielle Pender

As issue three hits newsstands, we sit down with Editor-in-Chief Danielle Pender to hear how the magazine’s found its footing

The Enduring Icon: Ralph Lauren

His family run company is one of fashion’s true empires, with the polo-playing logo visible all over the world. Donald Morrison meets the Bronx-born ‘cool kid’