books

Bone House Scott Laudati
‘Bone House’, the Light in a Broken Alley

When the world has constantly been exposed to the likes of Instagram poets, it can be incredibly difficult to find poignant writing that delivers something else, a level of almost distress, tinged with the encouragement to live out your life as best you can.

7 May 2018
A Little Crease of Comfort

I’m strangely comforted by the hardcover casing of Darby Hudson’s WALK.

Voldemort - Cathy Chen
Harry Potter and the Magic of Medicine

Despite Harry Potter being a magical universe where logic need not apply, some elements are closer to science fiction than true magic: Tessa Marshall writes.

2 April 2018
Review: Lyrically Looming, Jennifer Mills’ Dyschronia

Dyschronia is not a book I would have initially picked up, however upon reading it, it has opened new ways of considering the world for myself.

6 February 2018
Review: Men

I picked up Men because the blurb proclaimed it to be an exploration of ‘female desire’. I was expecting irony. I was disappointed.

9 May 2016
Review: The Argonauts

The Argonauts details her experiences of being a step-parent, giving birth and sharing with her partner in their grief after their mother’s death.

4 May 2016
The Future of Books

The future of books is a strange and scary place that most Arts students prefer not to think about.

25 February 2016