Jessica Learmont explores the sentimental nature of Christmas literature and her favourite Christmas books.
Molly Clearly explores the importance of opening lines and discusses some of her favourites.
George Clark, Print Comment Editor, discusses the debate of audiobooks versus physical books and how they are different rather than a copy of the other.
In celebration of Black History Month, Emily Pirie looks at Alice Walker’s ‘The Colour Purple’.
Elinor Jones explores the genre of science-fiction and how it has often predicted future scientific advances.
Deputy Editor, Neha Shaji discusses autobiographical literature and its often political nature.
Paige Insalaco discusses the increasing publication and popularity of non-fiction books.
Online Lifestyle Editor, Emily Pirie, takes a look at how J.D. Slainger’s ‘The Catcher in The Rye’ has affected our society on his 100th anniversary.
I happened across the Marie Kondo movement a few years ago, when I snuck into my sister’s bedroom to try and steal a t-shirt- sorry Mia- and noticed that all of her clothes were folded in a peculiar way. Upon asking her, and thus being reprimanded for snooping in her chest of drawers, she told […]
Feel Free by Zadie Smith Feel Free is an upcoming book of essays by Zadie Smith, scheduled for release in February. Split into five sections – ‘In the World’, ‘In the Audience’, ‘In the Gallery’, ‘On the Bookshelf’, and ‘Feel Free’ – it covers a range of topics such as the way we use social media, […]