Elizabeth Gibson gives an insight into Young Adult literature in her four YA novel reviews
A list of the top five romantic reads just in time for Valentine’s Day
Books Editor Leonie Dunn looks over the life of the prolific author C.S. Lewis
E-books are the future and nothing to be scared of
“Probably no theory evolved by man is as absurd as Sigmund Freud’s theory of penis envy.” –Esther Vilar in ‘The Manipulated Man’.
“Every moment happens twice: inside and outside, and they are two different histories.”
On August the 13th, 1944, David Kammerer was found stabbed to death at the bottom of the Hudson River. Alister Pearson explores the troubled relationship between he and his murderer, Lucien Carr.
Annie Muir finds manuscripts worth pressing up against the glass for, at the William Blake exhibition
Online book recommendation sites get away from best-seller lists and towards personally tailored selections
340 years after John Milton’s death, Leonie Dunn considers Milton’s epic portrayal of the Fall of Man
Leonie Dunn looks to Library Live’s last event that aimed to smash down cultural presumptions and inhibitions surrounding Manchester’s Central Library
Nowadays we choose cheap thrills over classic knowledge; the book must not die
There’s a rumble in the jungle, but this time it’s our small book retailers getting knocked out
Andriana Hambi thinks that novels should stay on the page.
Alister Pearson reviews Franz Kafka’s novel regarding bureaucracy and frustration, The Castle.
On the 186th anniversary of Leo Tolstoy’s birth, Alister Pearson remembers the life of the famous writer, philosopher and political thinker.
Harriet Hill-Payne, The Mancunion’s own Arts editor, talks to Books about Great Expectations