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Recommended Reading: Gary Numan

The musician reveals his reading material of choice by British fantasy author Adrian Tchaikovsky

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Why I Love: King Lear

Author Philip Womack on the dark pull of Shakespeare’s harrowing tragedy, the genesis of his new novel The Broken King

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Stealing Books: The Fancy

Port editor-in-chief Dan Crowe confesses to a spot of pilfering from The Society Club

Why I Love: British Comic Books

John Harris Dunning, co-curator of British Library exhibition Comics Unmasked, on the apartheid-era origins of his affection for comics

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Starman: Chris Hadfield

The David Bowie-loving former astronaut on why riding a rocket-ship into space isn’t as terrifying as it seems

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The Books: Spring Reading

The essence of Americanness, the intricacies of human anatomy and the might of modernist architectural maestro Mies van der Rohe – what we’re reading this spring

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The Book: Serafini Code(x)

Port’s editor-in-chief Dan Crowe delves into the enigmatic charm of Luigi Serafini’s newly re-published book

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End of Year: Dan Crowe, Editor-in-Chief

From Internet shitstorms to drinking with actor Ray Winstone, Port’s editor takes us through a year of ups and downs (and ups)…

The Book: Poet-Linc, Poetry Slam

This astonishing new collection of teen verse provides an insight into what it means to be young in New York City

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Riposte: A Smart Magazine For Women

Ahead of its launch next week, we talk to editor Danielle Pender about “celebrating women for more than what they look like”

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The Books: Winter’s Tales

As the cold weather sets in, we cosy up with a new selection of book titles from Magnum photographers and award-winning chefs…

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Nick Clements & The Revivalists

The photographer and publisher talks David Hellqvist through his new book and explains the difference between ‘vintage’ and ‘revival’ clothes