Fall in love again: learn to read and write for yourself
Finding your own style and book preferences can be hard, especially when there are thousands to dive into. If you’ve lost all passion to read and write, look no further! Here are the ways to fall in love all over again and find pleasure in reading and writing outside of your uni timetable this year.
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
Classic recommendations for non-classics readers
Do you love to read but hate the dread and intimidation that comes with classics? Here are our top recommendations for books to start with if you want to enjoy classic literature that little bit more
Calling student creatives: We want you!
The Mancunion’s brand new Creative Submissions section is delighted to be accepting submissions from all of the University’s top writers and photographers
Preview: Words and Music – James Joyce and Anthony Burgess
Words and Music – James Joyce and Anthony Burgess is a literature event featuring Enrico Terrinoni at the International Anthony Burgess Foundation
Cabaret for Freedom: A Celebration of Windrush
Charley Gordon Boyle reviews the highlights of the Cabaret for Freedom event hosted by the Creative Writing Society in association with the Manchester Literary Festival
Art in Mancunia: Maya Sharp
Saoirse Akhtar Farren speaks with student artist, Maya Sharp, looking at how her photography reconnects with literary classics and powerful landscapes, in her deeply mysterious photographic series.
Review: ‘American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin’
Amy Hagan reviews Terrance Hayes’ ‘American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin’, after he performed at this year’s Manchester Literature Festival.