Reinfred Dziedzorm Addo’s latest poetry collection is powerful, bold, and speaks some profound truths
A summer special edition of our bookish column, for all of us stuck in a late-summer reading slump
Stepping strong into my 24th with a stack of new books
It’s inevitable that we all fall into the ever-frustrating reading slump. Let me show you the books that were my godsend
I’m full of salt and vinegar today. But honestly…
The Cambridge Literary Festival line-up brought together the world’s most famous authors - and they had this to say about their writing process
The ‘Aristotle and Dante’ duology by Benjamin Alire Sáenz has more to offer than just a good story
These revolting marketing trends make readers think twice before buying a physical book and publishers need to stop doing them. Do you agree?
What working in a library can teach you about books, authors, readers, and yourself
Why “The Color Purple” is a must-read this summer and how any feminist can benefit from it.