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Penguin relaunches design award and removes higher education requirement

The well-known publisher Penguin has recently announced significant changes to its Student Design Award. For the first time in its sixteen-year history, the prestigious award will be open to non-students, and will thus become known as the Penguin Cover Design Award. This move will ensure that a lack of higher education will not be a […]

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‘Ingenuine, and ultimately fails to convince’: The Cockroach review

“That morning, Jim Sams, clever but by no means profound, woke from uneasy dreams to find himself transformed into a gigantic creature.” It just so happens that quoting the very first sentence of The Cockroach, brand new novella by Ian McEwan, is the best way to start a conversation about it. The satirical work of […]

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Fringe Literature

Edinburgh International Book Festival: Inspiring Women with Chelsea Clinton

Chelsea Clinton is not known only as the daughter of Hillary and Bill Clinton. She is also known for being the Vice President of the Clinton foundation and her endless efforts of wanting to make the world a better place. She Persisted and She Persisted around the World are two books that each include a […]