Rilke’s Letters to a Young Poet are just what an aspiring writer needs to read…
In her latest poetry anthology Margaret Atwood beautifully grapples with loss and grief
Why I fell in love with the word ‘said’ after listening to Ali Smith’s Autumn and I think you should too.
How McEwan’s Novel reflects a Saturday we can no longer have, and we become what his protagonist yearns to be.
How Atwood’s Surfacing shows crying has no gender and is the most liberating sound we can make.
A new philosophical argument is emerging…
How Evaristo’s Girl, Woman, Other provided me with friends and a determination to ensure nothing stopped me from fulfilling my potential.
How Stockett’s The Help made me equally hate and love my mother.
How Coetzee’s novel Disgrace taught me that I was born a disgrace.
How Margaret Atwood’s Cat’s Eye presents a shockingly up to date account on today’s environmental crisis.