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Book Review: The Passengers by Will Ashon

October 1, 2022 No Comments

We live in an increasingly polarised time.

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Book Review: Waiting For The Gift, Edited by Richard V. Hirst

August 2, 2022 Comments Off on Book Review: Waiting For The Gift, Edited by Richard V. Hirst

For the bookish, the similarities are self-evident. If the short story is the literary equivalent of a pop song, crafted for brevity and immediacy, then the themed anthology is like an LP record, affording the space for both the instantly captivating and more experimental work.

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Book Review: Red Valkyries by Kristen Ghodsee

July 10, 2022 Comments Off on Book Review: Red Valkyries by Kristen Ghodsee

The Left needs a new language.

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Book Review: Fauna by David Hartley

July 10, 2022 Comments Off on Book Review: Fauna by David Hartley

It’s easy to recall the precise moment when I became a vegetarian.

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Book Review: A Certain Hunger by Chelsea G. Summers

June 14, 2022 Comments Off on Book Review: A Certain Hunger by Chelsea G. Summers

“You can always count on a murderer for a fancy prose style.”

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Book Review: Deceit by Yuri Felsen, translated by Bryan Karetnyk

April 26, 2022 Comments Off on Book Review: Deceit by Yuri Felsen, translated by Bryan Karetnyk

Potentially, at least, the author is a time traveller, and the novel their time machine, one which – Tardis-like – contains the whole of their fixed point in history while being simultaneously their means of stepping outside of it and into the future.

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100 Voices

Book Review: 100 Voices edited by Miranda Roszkowski

April 21, 2022 Comments Off on Book Review: 100 Voices edited by Miranda Roszkowski

Like many women I know, there have been times when I have struggled to voice my achievements. Perhaps this is because they haven’t seemed big enough or the right sort of accomplishment.

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Bosh! on a Budget

Book Review: Bosh! on a Budget

February 16, 2022 Comments Off on Book Review: Bosh! on a Budget

Bosh! on a Budget. Its promise is affordable plant-based recipes at roughly £1-£2 per person. Convenience isn’t cheap and neither is eating animals. We all know that by now, right?

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The Reactor

Book Review: The Reactor by Nick Blackburn

February 1, 2022 Comments Off on Book Review: The Reactor by Nick Blackburn

Reading is my way of making sense of the world around me.

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The Stasi Poetry Circle

Book Review: The Stasi Poetry Circle by Philip Oltermann

January 25, 2022 Comments Off on Book Review: The Stasi Poetry Circle by Philip Oltermann

If the past is, in L.P. Hartley’s endlessly quoted observation, a foreign country, then how much more disorientating must it be to attempt to find one’s bearings doubly lost, adrift both in the past and a foreign country?

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