Stuart Jeffries is a journalist and author. He was for many years on the staff of the Guardian, working as subeditor, TV critic, Friday Review editor and Paris correspondent. He now works as a freelance writer, mostly for the Guardian, Spectator, Financial Times and the London Review of Books. He has written two books Mrs Slocombe's Pussy: Growing Up in Front of the Telly (2000) and Grand Hotel Abyss: The Lives of the Frankfurt School (2016).
Erudite and entertaining ... Everything, All the Time, Everywhere is a detailed and convincing horror story of the amalgamation of the two most dominant intellectual paradigms of the past half century. -Ryne Clos, Spectrum Culture Jeffries is a rarity: a journalist with a serious interest in cultural theory ... who writes about it in a way that is both scholarly and welcoming to non-theorists ... entertaining and astute. -Joe Moran, Times Literary Supplement In holding a mirror to a familiar world, Everything looks to reveal hidden complexities ... eminently readable, without eliding the difficulties that are so key to its intrigue. -Daniel Baksi, The Arts Desk Splendidly readable ... Jeffries packs a remarkable knowledge of postmodern culture into these pages. -Terry Eagleton, Guardian Intriguing. -William Davies, New Statesman Everything, All the Time, Everywhere finds Stuart Jeffries examining simply and engagingly how a loss of values and critical thought has led to our 'post-truth', irrational world. -Choice Magazine