Interview with Frederick Studemann: Judge for the International Booker Prize
The Mancunion sat down with one of the Judges of the International Booker Prize, Frederick Studemann, to discuss the importance of translated fiction and the diversity of this prize
If books could kill: Are course books too expensive?
Should students be made to fork out hundreds of pounds each year for course books? We explore the social and financial implications of the prices of university books.
Fall in-love with these mood boosting books
Take a look at these non-conventional, light-hearted reads. These recommendations are easy to read, empowering for women and fab to read for some self-love!
Revisiting Jacqueline Wilson: Traumatic or trailblazing?
In recent years, Jacqueline Wilson and her books have become a topic of dispute and controversy. From death, grooming and foster care – did Wilson go too far?
HOME Season: Adaptation: Impossible Novels
HOME’s latest “Adaptation: Impossible Novels” season champions adaptations of books that stand toe-to-toe with their source materials, against all odds