Inspiring Older Readers
Folk Devils and Moral Panics posted on 19 Feb 2018
There can’t be too many classic sociology and criminology books that coin a phrase that not only passes into common usage but also defines...
Pretty Tales For Tired People posted on 17 Feb 2018
I suspect that those people who know the name Martha Gellhorn do so for of one of two reasons...
Patrimony posted on 16 Feb 2018
Guest reviewer, Alun Severn reads an often overlooked book by Philip Roth.
Smile posted on 15 Feb 2018
This is a great title because just picking up a book by Roddy Doyle always brings a smile to my face ...
The Nose posted on 14 Feb 2018
I recently wrote a piece for the Letterpress Project in which I bemoaned the fact that ....
Mothering Sunday posted on 09 Feb 2018
God knows, I’ve tried to like Graham Swift’s work, I really have.
Stars and Bars posted on 06 Feb 2018
Originally published in 1984, William Boyd’s third novel is a strange hybrid.
Everyman posted on 03 Feb 2018
Guest reviewer, Alun Severn finds a gem in Philip Roth's often much maligned later oeuvre
The Loneliness of the Long Distance Book Runner posted on 02 Feb 2018
There’s no denying that this is an odd little book and I might not really have noticed it were it not for the fact that, like me, the author...
Rookie on Love posted on 31 Jan 2018
This unusual anthology is part of a publishing project that has the admirable premise of creating a range of reading...