No man is an island, goes the famous saying. We all need other people. However, in Anne Enright’s The Green Road, the characters really do show how difficult it can be to bridge the space between these islands to connect with other people.Read More
At a talk recently, scholar Mary Beard said that wit is always better than anger. For our stories to hold traction; to be read, discussed and enjoyed, they must be powered by our intelligence, not fury. Which is why Kaite Welsh’s debut novel, The Wages of Sin, is such essential reading right now.Read More
Rachel Joyce’s novel will be published on 13 July and has been keenly anticipated, after the success of her previous novels, including The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry, which was longlisted for the Man Booker.Read More
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