Vicky Greer looks into war in YA, and the influences it has in the real world.
Culture Editor Louise Chase looks into how the First World War influenced the writings of J.R.R Tolkien and the Middle-Earth legendarium.
Vicky Greer tells us why everyone should take a look at the impactful “A Little Life”
Heather Eastwood reviews Christy Lefteri’s recent novel The Beekeeper of Aleppo.
In the aftermath of the Game of Thrones finale, Editor Thea asks a big question: How relevant will GRRM’s last two ASOIAF books be?
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.
On a day of reflection, literature can help us to remember. Amber-Louise gives her top poetry picks for the centenary.
Culture Editor Ellis counts off the last month’s spookiest releases.
With Fantastic Beasts in cinemas soon, Ellis Murrell counts off some of the Potter series’ most iconic magical creatures.
September is in the books. Culture Editor Ellis appraises the month’s releases.