Anarchist Book Festival 2022
Intrigued to learn more about the Anarchist Book Festival? This community driven book pop up not only introduced me to the world of of Anarchist literature, but more how literature in the 21st century can help prompt change
Alice Sebold Memoir: The changing narrative of racism, activism and sexual violence
Trigger Warning: Discusses rape and sexual violence Alice Sebold was a college student when she was raped. She was an 18-year-old at Syracuse University when that one night changed her life forever. However, it also ruined that of Anthony Broadwater. After being convicted of Sebold’s rape in 1982, he was later found innocent and exonerated […]
Gabriel Garcia Márquez: Love and solitude
Books Editor Shaheena discusses the dynamic between romance and solitude in One Hundred Years of Solitude
Review: Little Fires Everywhere
Writer Sam Bronheim reviews Celeste Ng’s New York Times bestseller and its exploration of the multiple roles of women
Coffee4Craig charity book appeal
Coffee4CCraig CEOs Risha and Hendrix are looking for book donations at their daily drop-in centre
Review: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds: An Art Book
The second collaboration between the award-winning graphic artist and the music icon
A Student Life: David Jacob, co-author of ‘Uni Lifehacks’
David Jacob owns two companies and has recently had his first book ‘Uni Lifehacks’ published. Kizzy Bray talks to the UoM third year at the very start of his newfound career to find out how his new release was made possible
Review: Why Evolution is True by Jerry A. Coyne
Jay Fagerberg recommends this rather small and unassuming book to the truly passionate evolution geek or the Hermione-esque student who wants to impress their teacher, as it is jam-packed with facts and features on the theory of evolution
The Book vs. the Kindle
With the ever looming start of term approaching fast how are you going to be catching up on your reading?
Books every foodie should read: #2
With an abundance of gastronomic literature on offer, Maddy Hubbard takes us through the essentials. This week: Jeffrey Steingarten.
Review: Frontline by David Loyn
Frontline chronicles the life of freelance television photo agency of the same name.
‘A Clockwork Orange’ exhibit opens at John Rylands Library
50th anniversary of revolutionary novel celebrated at the John Rylands Library
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: The Game
We look at a classic text-based adventure in this weeks Retro Corner.