Freya Neason argues that ‘the independent bookshop provides more than just books and the interactions extend beyond those of retailer and customer.’
Fourth Wall Theatre Company offers a ‘creative re-imagining of Wilde’s only novel’ for performance in Durham.
Nicholas Connor considers the elusive author behind the 2005 novel-gone-film, No Country for Old Men, and asks why 'his deep and complex writing' has failed to secure the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Helena Snider takes a closer look at Tom Ford's psychological thriller.
Eloise Carey argues that ‘it is an insult to the depth and complexity of Fitzgerald’s writing to constrain it on a screen.’
No matter how determined readers are to boycott the films made, who can resist the temptation of seeing their beloved characters and stories visualised on the big screen?
Anna Ley discusses why sales of Orwell's dystopia, Nineteen Eighty-Four, have gone through the roof this year.