If I’m completely honest, when I first picked up The Flamethrowers by Rachel Kushner I was all set for a tale about a crack military squad systematically offing bad guys by burning them to a […]
As we leave the chaos that is Freshers week, I imagine many hungover Freshers and ex-catered second years are facing a terrifying realisation: takeaways and cold baked beans will not sustain you for an entire […]
Having fraudulently claimed that you’ve read Anna Karenina and The Communist Manifesto on your UCAS, the reality of a summer void of reading has hit home. Fear not. We’ve complied a Freshers edition of our […]
EdBookFest | Margaret Atwood and Claire Armistead – MaddAddam Launch Yesterday saw Margaret Atwood officially launch ‘MaddAddam’ in conversation with Guardian and Observer Books Editor Claire Armistead, and they discussed both the book and the trilogy that […]
EdBookFest | The Child is Father of the Man: celebrating childhood with Neil Gaiman and Vicky Featherstone A conversation between acclaimed author Neil Gaiman and the Artistic Director of the Royal Court Theatre, Vicky […]
Katherine Webb’s third novel is as enchanting and as deliciously written as her previous. A Half Forgotten Song tells the story of artist and struggling dad Zach, whose fascination with 20th century artist Charles Aubrey […]
Village are a newly established independent art bookstore. Based in the Corn Exchange in Leeds City Centre, the shop also deals in creative magazines and zines, functioning as a small publishing house. Kelechi Anucha caught […]
Another top set of fashion books you should be reading right now.
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The title may suggest a work of non-fiction, and its chapters headed by snippets from a real-life guide, but Suzanne Joinson’s stylish debut is actually a wonderfully literary slip into time. In 1923 […]