Jessica Learmont explores the sentimental nature of Christmas literature and her favourite Christmas books.
Continuing our Print counterparts Literature of the Decade feature, our writers review some of their favourite literature of the last ten years. Imogen Williams reviews Sally Rooney’s ‘Normal People’.
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.
Freda Worrell explores both the positive and negative impacts that reading can have on people with eating disorders.
In celebration of Black History Month, Emily Pirie looks at Alice Walker’s ‘The Colour Purple’.
Courtney Priday discusses The Future Library and what it means for the present literary world and in the future.
Elinor Jones explores the genre of science-fiction and how it has often predicted future scientific advances.
Amy Butterworth explores the world of emojis and their potential engulfing of the literary world as we know it The ever-iconic Gina Linetti from ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ made an attempt at incorporating emoji-speak into her verbal lexicon: “the English language cannot capture the depth and complexity of my thoughts”, she says. Thus, a ‘winky-face’ 😉 here […]
Paige Insalaco discusses the increasing publication and popularity of non-fiction books.