Alex Leggatt sits with spoken word artist and Durham student Fahad Al-Amoudi to discuss spoken word in the mainstream, slam poetry and the importance of poetry in a divided world.
Books speaks to Lola Fabian-Hurst, President of Durham's Feminist Book Club
Books looks at censorship in contemporary literature, evaluating its effect on novels and their impact.
205 Years on, Books considers why Pride and Prejudice is still relevant...
No plans this Valentine's Day? Palatinate Books stay away from declarations of love and offer some literary companionship instead.
Sophia Rahim takes a trip down the rabbit hole to discover why, even 186 years after Lewis Carroll was born, his stories are just as well-loved as when he wrote them.
Our writers pick out the stories that shaped their year – how they might resonate with you in 2018?