Letter from... my daughter’s bookshelf posted on 03 Oct 2016
Of classic children's literature and a surprising pattern
Introduction to Reading Other Women posted on 30 Sep 2016
Introduction to Reading Other Women by Rafia Zakaria
Val McDermid on PD James: ‘She faced the darkness head on’ posted on 30 Sep 2016
Val McDermid on PD James: ‘She faced the darkness head on’ McDermid explains how PD James subverted the cosiness of golden-age crime fiction.
'The history of a city is the history of its cafés': writing life in Mexico posted on 29 Sep 2016
Finding the old coffeehouses among the American chains in Mexico City is hard,
New Words Were Needed : How Modernism and Science Fiction have more in common than I might once have thought. posted on 29 Sep 2016
New Words Were Needed : How Modernism and Science Fiction have more in common than I might once have thought by M. Thomas Gammarino on 18 Sep, 2016
Interview with a Bookstore: Magers and Quinn in Minnesota posted on 29 Sep 2016
Complete with a ‘Heraldry and Chivalry’ section, Magers and Quinn is renowned for its eclectic and extensive book range.
Bernard Bergonzi obituary posted on 28 Sep 2016
Bernard Bergonzi obituary
Interview with a Bookstore: Oxford Exchange in Florida posted on 26 Sep 2016
Found in Tampa, Oxford Exchange is simultaneously a bookstore, restaurant and workspace.
Pop-ups & Movable Books: The Art of Paper Engineering posted on 23 Sep 2016
Paper engineering is the cutting, gluing and folding of paper to create books and ephemera
Nightingales and Roses: the Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám posted on 23 Sep 2016
Perhaps one of the best-known, best-loved and most-illustrated poems in the English language,....