Books Editor Leonie Dunn looks over the Christmas Amazon boycott and focuses on why it is both a positive and negative action to take
Books editor Alister Pearson looks at this year’s Nobel Prize for Literature winner, Patrick Modiano, and how a man who is barely known outside his native country France managed to win the much revered prize
Leonie Dunn looks to Library Live’s last event that aimed to smash down cultural presumptions and inhibitions surrounding Manchester’s Central Library
Books Editor Leonie Dunn helps you with a list of stocking fillers for this Christmas
Ben Beauvallet talks to Austin Collings about his new book being released through an independent publisher, growing up in Radcliffe, and how he draws inspiration from discarded Lilt cans.
Books Editor Leonie Dunn looks over the life of the prolific author C.S. Lewis
Jay Fagerberg recommends this rather small and unassuming book to the truly passionate evolution geek or the Hermione-esque student who wants to impress their teacher, as it is jam-packed with facts and features on the theory of evolution
Books Editor Leonie Dunn picks her top 5 novels on those faceless killers and their detective counterparts
Books editor Alister Pearson reviews Russell Brand’s third book, ‘Revolution’, that commands us to overturn this corrupt capitalist society in favour for a society focused on love
After Halloween, Books Editor Alister Pearson gives his top 5 horror works of literature
May Dylan Thomas’ death have no dominion
Imogen Durant took to the Manchester Literature Festival for Caoilinn Hughes and Tara Bergin’s Poetry Readings.