The Fire of Joy is the final book by Clive James. It’s a beautiful exploration of the history of poetry
Ghosts by Dolly Alderton delves into the world of online dating, experiences of modern love and ghosting
Chloe Tenn explores the benefits of reading science books and their importance in communicating science
Marcus Rashford MBE has just launched a book deal with Macmillan books, and he is running a books campaign over his social media channels to give children access to literature
Aileen Loftus chats with John from 21 to find out more about the literary magazine and the process of translation
Ruby Opalka reviews Intimations by Zadie Smith, as we find ourselves stuck in a second lockdown
Maisie Scott spotlights Bookshop.org and their ethical partnerships with local bookshops across the UK
Aileen Loftus finds out more about the HarperCollins Author Academy and how to get involved
Can the Labour party ever make it back into government? Paul Embery debates this question in his latest book Despised: Why the Modern Left Loathes the Working Class
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Aileen Loftus considers Half of a Yellow Sun after it has been voted the ‘winner of winners’ for the 25 year anniversary of the Women’s Prize for Fiction
Josh Whitehead explores how Friedrich Nietzsche shaped modern Western thought, along the way becoming nothing less than ‘the Antichrist’.
Bana Mustafa considers the importance of reading decolonial literature and the need to decolonise your bookshelf.
Just Kids by Patti Smith is a testament to New York, art, and Robert Mapplethorpe, and is the perfect escapism for the winter lockdown
Maisie Scott reviews Before the Coffee Gets Cold and the novel’s depiction of time travel and the modern coffee shop
Books are the ultimate distraction from the endless news cycle and are an important form of self-care. Check out our lockdown book recommendations