Ellie Martin talks about how reading really can help you ditch the phone
Issy Rayner looks at the latest Harry Potter entry, The Crimes of Grindelwald, and its problem of being crushed under its own weight.
A few events around Manchester for literature lovers, this November
We spoke to Livi Dickinson about being a quidditch player at university
Dearest, darling Santa Clause. All I want for Christmas is …
Celia Mullins talks to Book Club about House of the Spirits, the Isabel Allende classic, visceral prose, and Meryl Streep
Remember how fun reading was when you were a kid? Joelle Jefferis advocates reigniting the adventure
It’s overly complicated at times
A different way to enjoy literature
JK Rowling begins a new era of magic with the highly-anticipated prequel
Andriana Hambi thinks that novels should stay on the page.
You might be under the impression that blondes have the most fun. Well, whilst they might be having the most fun, Cinema indicates they often cause the most trouble. Forget Thor and Luke Skywalker. From slimy Slytherins to homoerotic Dench-killers, slick golden locks can mean trouble…