Online Lifestyle editor Sophie Porteous reviews Adam Kay’s bestselling book, This is Going to Hurt.
Non-fiction and the problem of oversimplification
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.
What the Writers are Reading
Rhian Hutchings gives us the low-down on the perfect quarantine reading material
Non-Fiction Books on the Rise
Paige Insalaco discusses the increasing publication and popularity of non-fiction books.
Books for Music Lovers
Just Kids by Patti Smith Frequently hailed as the godmother of punk, this touching memoir details Patti Smith’s entrance into the New York music and art scene in the early 1970s, where she meets and falls for the photographer Robert Mapplethorpe. Tinged with youthful innocence and naivety, this tale of two young artists struggling to […]