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.
Dive into this author interview, where novelist Linda Wisniewski shares writing tips, her favorite books, and how she won a loaf of bread for her writing.
The Ghanaian-American author of ‘The Dedicadas’ shares insights on his craft and his top 3 favourite books.
Find out why Reinfred Addo’s poetry chapbook ‘The Dedicadas’ gives a promising insight into the poet’s potential.
‘M is for Mother’ author Alexandra Antipa on her writing career, advice, and books she’d like you to read.
This debut is not to be missed. Find out how Tom Bray explores death and trauma and why you should not hesitate to approach these dark themes.
The physicality of books and the sensorial experience they offer as objects sets them apart from other written media. This is why.
It’s been four years since I last called myself a poet. Although I believe with all my heart that I will always be a poet, my 15-year-long career in the Romanian poetry scene came to a halt when I realised I was fighting windmills. And I just didn’t want to carry on anymore.