March Of Women and Salt by Gabriela Garcia (March 30th) This is a story of immigration, detailing cigar factories from 19th century Cuba to present day detention centres in Miama. Jeanette, daughter to Cuban immigrant […]
Need a break from talking about the future and living through a pandemic? Take a trip through history in this article revisiting Brideshead.
The Hill We Climb and Other Poems Author: Amanda Gorman This stunning collection of poetry by Amanda Gorman includes the powerful poem performed at Biden’s presidential inauguration. A truly unique voice within American poetry, Gorman […]
Looking for a new way to occupy yourself throughout lockdown? Anushka Searle breaks down the how The Guardian’s online book club works and how she found the experience.
Esme McGowan explores the fundamental importance of reading to multiple groups in society, and in particular, its provision of essential escapism for all during the lockdown.
Hundreds of authors are signing up to help keep local and independent bookstores running throughout lockdown.
Non-Fiction is not everybody’s favourite. Particularly during term-time, when so much of your reading is dedicated to dense, academic texts, reading a book for pleasure can be the last thing we want to do. When […]
INTRODUCING ROOTED! In this article, Geeta discusses how we can be more sustainable in the way we buy and sell books
Winter is slowly creeping upon us, which means that (along with eating entire cheeseboards whilst spluttering “Whatever! It’s Christmas!”) the season for dark nights with fluffy socks, a brew, a good book, and a festive […]
Thomas Boyd discusses the surprise joint-win of the Man Booker Prize 2019, and the implications of these winners…
Shannon Cook discusses the life and work of writer Jamaica Kincaid
Co-written by James Patterson, a fiction writer whose books have sold more than 300 million copies, and Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States. We can assume that most of the writing was […]