Frederick Studemann is Literary Editor of the Financial Times. He writes a regular Notebook column, mostly focused on UK and Europe.
He joined the FT in 1996 as Berlin correspondent, having also served as assistant news editor, UK correspondent, European news editor, Analysis editor and most recently as Comment & Analysis editor. He was a founding member of FT Deutschland where he ran the features and weekend section.
Madeleine Keane, Literary editor of the Sunday Independent and Fred Studemann, Literary editor of The Financial Times talk to Patrick Freyne about the value, purpose and effectiveness of the book review. What makes a good review? Is book reviewing a public service or an art? Why in Ireland will publishers tell you that non-fiction books […]