By MICHAEL CAINES
I've possibly mentioned the 500th anniversary of Thomas More's Utopia on this blog already . . . Anyway, this time it's with just two small things in mind:
1) The recording of the panel discussion about Utopia that I chaired at Kings Place recently is now available for all to hear, as an episode of our podcast TLS Voices. As above. It was a great pleasure listening to Matthew Beaumont, Chloe Houston and Nicole Pohl share their thoughts on the subject, although I wish my memory hadn't deserted me at precisely the moment somebody in the audience asked us, quite originally, about John Lyly's play The Woman in the Moon – which is set in Utopia.
2) "Visions of Utopia" is now installed in the British Library's Sir John Ritblat Gallery, and is well worth a quick look if you happen to be in the area. . . .