Photo: Gurnaik Johal

Books editor Gurnaik Johal reviews Sjón’s latest work, Codex 1962, a sprawling work that catalogues every person born in Iceland from 1962 who has died since

Photo: Madagascar Deforestation by Cunningchrisw @ WikimediaCommons

Just a few weeks ago, the world’s leading climate scientists announced that mankind has just twelve years left to limit the irreversible impact of climate change on our planet. Sparking conversation across the globe, the news has, for most, awoken a desire for change. But in order to ignite this change, perhaps we should first […]

Photo: Gurnaik Johal

Review: Faber New Poets

Gurnaik Johal reviews the Faber New Poets reading at The International Anthony Burgess Foundation as part of the 2018 Manchester Literature Festival

Photo: Shane Conneely@Flickr

The Manchester Literature Festival hosted a discussion on the historic repeal of the Eight Amendment that happened in May last year.

Sasha Dugdale. Photo: Tatiana Zima.

As part of the Manchester Literature Festival, the Martin Harris Centre welcomed writers Sasha Dugdale and Nick Laird to read from their latest poetry collections

Photo: Ernest Hemingway at the Finca Vigia, Cuba @ Wikimedia Commons

Books Editor, Gurnaik Johal, discusses the misogyny at the heart of the work of critically acclaimed writers like Hemingway, Nabokov and Naipaul.

Photo: Hope Abbot

As the first graphic novel ever to make it onto the Man Booker Prize long list, Sabrina explores the nastier side of conspiracies

Pin It on Pinterest