Kate Maltby

Kate Maltby

Biography

Kate Maltby is a columnist and critic. She currently writes regularly for the Financial Times and the Guardian, as well as a range of US publications. She sits on the board of Index on Censorship and this year’s judging panel for the David Cohen Prize for Literature.

Recent Articles

Depression is rife in the arts right now – it’s vital to look after ourselves

Depression is rife in the arts right now – it’s vital to look after ourselves

The tragedy unfolding in our arts industries is heartbreaking for everyone involved, says Kate Maltby, but to join the sector fightback, we must invest in getting ourselves healthy and functional
To save the arts, this is the language the Tories understand

To save the arts, this is the language the Tories understand

Historically the arts sector and the Conservative Party have not been the best of friends. To save our industries, every arts leader now needs to be able to talk Tory, says Kate Maltby
Careers are fragile – we must be careful not to force out talent

Careers are fragile – we must be careful not to force out talent

It’s unlikely that critics will become soft touches when restrictions relax, but lockdown has shown us that careers are fragile and we must be careful not to force out talent, says Kate Maltby
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