Harriet Cunningham talks us through five of the books she will be reading for pleasure in 2017.
Are any of Woolf’s works are meant to be understood? Eloise Carey thinks not.
Eloise Carey suggests that everyone could learn at least one thing from ‘If I Could Tell You Just One Thing’ (and probably a lot more!)
Helena Chung's favourite book from 2016, ‘The Nightingale’, highlights the importance of female representation in war fiction.
Alex Hewitt's book of 2016 was published over 70 years ago and never finished, but still presents an exciting perspective on the year just gone by.
Maciej Matuszewski suggests you check out Charles (Charlie) Stross' 'lovecraftian' 'The Laundry Files', ahead of Charlie's visit to Durham this Saturday!
Orlagh Davies considers the literary reputation of Anne Brontë, "a woman who dared to write in a fashion that was shocking for the time".