Book Club: Celia Mullins, History Student
Celia Mullins talks to Book Club about House of the Spirits, the Isabel Allende classic, visceral prose, and Meryl Streep
Book Club is back!
Harriet Hill-Payne, The Mancunion’s own Arts editor, talks to Books about Great Expectations
Manchester student Alexander J. Allison talks about his first novel
Books editor talks to first-time author, and Manchester student, Alexander J. Allison
Read it again; take a spin on the literary jukebox
Count down your days with a quote and a tune
Will the libraries survive?
Cuts have left public libraries struggling to survive. Will they make it? And what will it mean if they don’t?
Book Club special: Best books of 2012
Check out some of the Books section’s readers’ favourite books of the year
University Creative Writing professor profile: Jeanette Winterson
The Creative Writing Professor is proving a major draw for the University and its Centre for New Writing
Book Club: Francesca Freeman, 22, archaeology student
A ‘live’ conversation with Book Club turns from fantasy to the very real threat technology poses to reading
“We got him”: celebrating death isn’t for the faint-hearted, but it is for the American
The politically timed re-release of We Got Him!: A Memoir of the Hunt and Capture of Saddam Hussein rankles
Peruvian author charms Manchester
The Peruvian author, Fernando Iwasaki Cauti, graced Manchester during the Literature Festival, to discuss technology, humour, y amor
Portrait of an author: Nikolai Gogol
The beginner’s guide to Nikolai Gogol, author of Dead Souls and The Overcoat
Book Club cross-sections: Emily Clark, Food and Drink editor
We asked fellow Mancunion editor, Emily Clark, what she has been reading (and drinking) this week
Manchester Literature Festival begins 8th October
From 8th to 23rd October, Manchester Literature Festival takes the city as its field and the lecture theatre as its main stage. Replacing your Sziget withdrawal with something more nourishing. No tents required
Do we really need another hobby awareness week?
International Book Week crept past last week. Anyone notice?
Book Club: Ata Rahman
This week Ata Rahman, history student and co-editor of the Manchester Historian answers to Book Club
Cat Langdon does Book Club
Name: Catherine Langdon Age: 22 Occupation: Social Anthropology Student What are you reading / have been reading these past summer months? (A brief description if you please…) The Behaviour of Moths – Poppy Adams – Not too sure what it’s about yet, moths and a father and daughter who are lepidopterist. Plus, Bosnia: A Short […]