Who has not stumbled across a list of “books that will change your life”? The popularity of non-fiction is on the rise, as authors seek to give readers accessible introductions to a plethora of topics, ranging from feminism to boosting productivity. Rhian Hutchings analyses this phenomenon and its potential consequences.
Franz Kafka claimed that “first impressions are always unreliable”, but are they? Rhian Hutchings assesses the importance of books’ opening lines and why some are more impactful than others.
Rhian Hutchings reminisces on family photographs, and the sentimental value they have for us in lockdown.
Rhian Hutchings anticipates the top ten books to be published in 2021.
By exploring the relationship between diary writing and women, Rhian Hutchings argues that the diary is a cathartic medium for sharing ideas and feelings
Rhian Hutchings assesses political activism in art and whether this really is a force for good
Rhian Hutchings tackles the topic of diaries during lockdown, and how they can help us better understand ourselves in these uncertain times.
Rhian Hutchings gives us the low-down on the perfect quarantine reading material
Rhian Hutchings reviews ‘Martha’, the debut novel of Exeter-alumni, Walker Zupp.
Rhian Hutchings shares the music that reminds her of life outside lockdown.