Imogen Durant took to the Manchester Literature Festival for Caoilinn Hughes and Tara Bergin’s Poetry Readings.
Gregory Watson reviews Sophia Al-Maria’s multifaceted exhibition Virgin With a Memory, which is currently on show at the Cornerhouse until 2nd November
Sophie Soar reviews the witty novel ‘Starter for Ten’ by the bestselling author David Nicholls and tells you just why she’s glad that protagonist Brian Jackson isn’t her flatmate
Following the official banned books week, Alister Pearson chooses his top five most controversial books ever
Alister Pearson returns to 1957 when legendary absurdist Albert Camus won the prestigious Nobel Prize for Literature
Nafisi “invites us to join her as citizens of her ‘Republic of Imagination,’ a country where the villains are conformity and orthodoxy and the only passport to entry is a free mind and a willingness to dream.”
As it is Mental Health Awareness Week, Books Editor Leonie Dunn picks the top 5 most iconic novels that focus and reflect on mental health
Alister Pearson tells you why Hubert Selby is his literary hero after reading Last Exit to Brooklyn
Books Editor Alister Pearson provides a response to Leonie Dunn in favour of the Kindle
Harry Daniels considers the epic life and works of the literary hero that is James Joyce.
“Probably no theory evolved by man is as absurd as Sigmund Freud’s theory of penis envy.” –Esther Vilar in ‘The Manipulated Man’.
With the ever looming start of term approaching fast how are you going to be catching up on your reading?