Literature Executive Abi defends the joys of the printed word in the age of the e-book revolution.
Georgie Holmes details the career of author Matt Haig, an important and rising figure in writing about mental health.
Georgie reviews the new self-help memoir from Matt Haig.
Ottilie explains why Scarlett Curtis’ seminal feminist work is an essential read for everyone.
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Culture Editor Ellis counts off the last month’s spookiest releases.
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September is in the books. Culture Editor Ellis appraises the month’s releases.
Ellis reviews the latest work by Patrick Ness, author of ‘A Monster Calls.’
August has come and gone. Culture Editor Ellis breaks down this month’s notable releases.
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News Editor Rob reviews a prequel to the iconic Casino Royale.
Rehana discusses Harry Potter, race and the wonders of fandom.
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