Jul 28, 2011: Test matches burn bright in the memory whether you watched them or not
Jul 26, 2011: In Test cricket, like in no other game, time is a protagonist. An instant can be an aeon, hours can go by in a heartbeat
Jul 24, 2011: The great spinners visualised their wickets and deceived the batsmen in the air. But why are today's bowling coaches almost always fast men?
Jul 14, 2011: They're evocative, they're old-timey, they're among cricket's few constants in an age of change
May 30, 2011: You don't support your side through a World Cup win and then forget all about it inside a week to cheer them as they turn out for different teams in a Twenty20 league
Apr 8, 2011: As the 2011 season gets underway, a county cricket watcher recalls his first year travelling the Sunday League grounds of 1980s Britain with a press pass-wielding father
Apr 2, 2011: Which team does a second-generation British Asian fan cheer for? It's not all that straightforward
Mar 24, 2011: Will the two sides meet in this World Cup? One can but live in hope
May 25, 2010: What are you if you switch the TV on at three in the morning knowing full well your team will probably get a pasting?
Mar 7, 2010: You can't miss them if you're going to an Ashes Test in England: the bald, scarred, toothless gents who're dying to get you into the ground
Feb 22, 2010: All too few men stand between us and the mind-numbing drivel that commentators and players spew these days
Feb 14, 2010: In the years following India's independence, many fans' link to the game was the radio, usually owned by the English-speaking, all-knowing man of the town
Dec 26, 2009: Living 40 minutes away from the MCG is something you can come to take for granted, a homesick Victorian realises
Dec 7, 2009: India v Pakistan in Kolkata, Laxman and Ganguly at the crease. Fly into town for the day?
Oct 16, 2009: There's nothing quite like watching cricket with grumpy old men for company
Sep 11, 2009: On two spinners who made the special art of deception their own, and gave the game a gripping narrative in the process
Aug 20, 2009: On meeting a childhood hero - and letting him down
Jul 28, 2009: Cricket has outdone other sports in commercialisation, at the cost of the viewing experience - but perhaps that's no more than we deserve
Jul 24, 2009: A hunk of wood for a bat, stones for balls, his father's awkward action to face: Michael Hussey's initiation to cricket wasn't exactly indicative of what was to come
Mar 10, 2009: In 2004 Pakistan unrolled the red carpet for India. A look at the team's arrival in Lahore
Ask Steven: Plus, missing out on a match award despite making a double-hundred
Ed Smith: Is ranting at players during team talks like bloodletting in the age of quack doctors?
The Cricket Monthly: From refugee camps to multimillion-dollar businesses: the story of India's bat-making industry
TCM November issue
Russel Arnold on how he got a note from his favourite cricketer (via Alan Davidson) on his birthday
Liam Cromar: The Primary Club, a charity founded by inept batsmen, has been supporting blind cricketers in England for six decades
Plus: most runs in a Test by a New Zealander, and c&b by the same bowler twice in a Test
It refuses to let India play Pakistan there, but hasn't been forthcoming with reasons why