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Urussa Malik reviews a new short story collection which explores what it means to be a woman in Palestine today.
Ever wondered what your palm facing away from you really means on a date? Jamie Mattinson reviews The Definitive Book of Body Language to find out
Isadora published by selfMadeHero details the life of the mother of modern dance, allowing insight into career, family and relationship progression
Win a National Book Token prize worth £1000 to spend on books throughout your course
Coffee4CCraig CEOs Risha and Hendrix are looking for book donations at their daily drop-in centre
Urussa Malik reviews the Creative Writing Society’s new zine, ‘Truth and Other Associated Works’, edited by Calvin Cheng, Adrian Kanyoli, and Toreh O’Garro
Sadé Omeje reviews Tessa Hadley’s latest novel ‘Late In The Day’ .
Books Editor Shaheena decodes cultural representations of Cleopatra, elaborating on issues of Eurocentric histories of the world, and deconstructing the myths that arose from them
Alia Nawaz reviews Akala’s politically-charged book Natives
Alia Nawaz details the upcoming manchester Literature festival October 2019
Isaac Lucia reviews Alfie Bown’s Playstation Dreamworld using Lacanian psychoanalytical comparisons to evaluate existing game criticism
Sam Coates provides a list of books and poetry we believe are essential to understand and appreciate the city of Manchester
You may have already heard of the National Book Tokens Scheme. It comes from the same people who bring you World Book Day and now they’re offering book-specific financial aid for students. Uni is very much about books, books, books. They’re expensive, but you definitely need to be reading. They’re mainly for academic purposes, but […]
Amy Hagan reviews ‘The White Card’ a one-act play that marks award-winning poet Claudia Rankine’s first book since ‘Citizen’ and first piece of drama
Helena Torre takes a look at her favourite eco-fiction books, with a special focus on Margaret Atwood’s ‘Maddaddam’ trilogy