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I Call Myself a Feminist

I Call Myself a Feminist is a collection of essays written by twenty-five women under the age of thirty, who have been carefully picked out by editors Victoria Pepe, Rachel…

The Tea Planter´s Wife

Inspired by her mother-in-law, Joan Jefferies´ stories about her childhood in India and Burma in the 1920s and 1930s, Dinah Jefferies produces a historical novel filled with heartbreak, tension and…

The Birth of a Bridge

The Birth of a Bridge by French author Maylis de Kerangal is an intriguing read. The novel is set in the fictional town Coca in northern California, where its new…

Recital reaffirms the importance of poetry in education

Christine De Luca shares her passion for poetry at the My Life In Poetry sessions at the Scottish Poetry Library The Scottish Poetry Library has invited writers to discuss their…

City of Lies

Based on extensive interviews and years of research, Ramita Navai presents a thought provoking collection of stories depicting the true lives of the people of Tehran. City of Lies offers…

Other Halves – Nick Alexander

The Half-Life of Hannah challenged the notion that you are allowed to follow your dreams, and not feel stuck in your everyday routine. Other Halves, in turn, describes the beginning…

The Half-Life of Hannah

The twists of the plot and the following actions are boringly expected.