At the beginning of each year, “reading more” crops up on many people’s list of resolutions. Unfortunately, many fail to keep the promises they make to themselves. M Shelton discusses how to re-ignite one’s love for books while avoiding the dreaded reading slump.
Are you a Fresher anxious to learn about Exeter’s best-kept secrets? Or a returner eager to try something new? Charlotte Black takes us on a whistle-stop tour around Exeter, recommending the best places to immerse yourself in your reading.
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.
Maggie John reveals her Arts and Lit resolutions for the New Year, inspiring us to enrich our lives in the coming year.
Rhian Hutchings gives us the low-down on the perfect quarantine reading material
Amy Butterworth discusses the legitimacy of reading for the purposes of escapism
Courtney Priday explores the delights of reading scripts during nationwide theatre shutdowns.
Rhian Hutchings explores how important literary criticism is for our enjoyment of literature.
Freda Worrell explores both the positive and negative impacts that reading can have on people with eating disorders.
Paige Insalaco discusses the increasing publication and popularity of non-fiction books.