One of the non-fiction writers of my generation who I most admire / envy / emulate – Jonah Lehrer – has just performed one of the steepest plummets from grace I’ve ever seen. At 31, Lehrer had already authored three best sellers: Why Proust Was a Neuroscientist, How We Decide, and Imagine, which came out Read more…

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My city hosts the Olympics today, and I feel a bit anxious – like when you hear guests buzzing on the door bell, the house is a mess, and you’ve just had a raging argument with your wife. Well, I am very proud to be British, and proud to be a Londoner. I hope the Read more…

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