Lauren James reviews 'Christmas Pudding' by Nancy Mitford as part of our series on Christmas reads. She tells us how Mitford 'offers escapism to a lost world of English upper-class elegance'.
"I love Irvine Welsh’s writing. No other author seems to get in my head in the way that he does."
To the Bright Edge of the World, Eowyn Ivey’s second novel after her highly successful debut work, The Snow Child, is a heart-warming, magical tale set in the brutal yet beautiful landscape of Alaska.
The exhibition runs from 2nd December 2017 until 18th March 2018 in the Palace Green Library.
Westminster harassment scandal, trolling, and the gender gap at UK universities – Books Editor Julia Atherley speaks to classicist Mary Beard about her new book 'Women & Power: A Manifesto'.
"Similarly, Chevalier’s use of playground dynamics and childhood exclusion become hauntingly pertinent when one considers the events in Charlottesville in August."
Palatinate Books takes a look at some of the greatest writers: Beatrix Potter, Ted Hughes, Simon Armitage, the Brontës and Jen Campbell - each who came from the North of England.