A collection of essays and accounts on what it is to be a woman in the 21st century
Contributors: Katie Muriel, Kristy Diaz, Claire L. Heuchan, Jen McGregor, Laura Lam, Mel Reeve, Laura Waddell, Sim Bajwa, Becca Inglis, Rowan C. Clarke, Ren Aldridge, Nadine Aisha Jassat, Laura Jane Grace in conversation with Sasha de Buyl-Pisco, Elise Hines, Alice Tarbuck, Jonatha Kottler, Chitra Ramaswamy, Christina Neuwirth, Belle Owen, Zeba Talkhani, Kaite Welsh, Joelle A. Owusu.
404 Ink, 2017
Margaret Atwood is not wrong. This book is indeed “an essential window into many of the hazard-strewn worlds younger women are living in right now.”
A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms by George R. R. Martin
Illustrated by Gary Gianni
Harper Voyager (2015)
A century before A Game of Thrones, two unlikely heroes wandered Westeros.
How Bad are Bananas? by Mike Berners-Lee
The Carbon Footprint of Everything
Profile Books (2010)
In Cold Blood by Truman Capote
A True Account of a Multiple Murder and Its Consequences
Then I aimed the gun. The room just exploded. Went blue. Just blazed up. Jesus, I’ll never understand why they didn’t hear the noise twenty miles around.
This blog was originally posted here.
I couldn’t believe I was lucky enough to land an internship with Saraband. Cream of the UK indie publishing world in 2016; perhaps due to a book called His Bloody Project by Graeme Macrae Burnet. Perhaps you’ve heard of the Man-Booker-shortlisted title?! (If you haven’t already, go read it; it’s wonderful.)
Overwhelming is the first word that springs to mind when thinking back on the London Book Fair! LBF has been running for 46 years and is one of the world’s biggest, with over 130 countries represented this year. It is a place where many deals are made, rights bought and sold, and seeds of collaboration are often sown.
The Humans by Matt Haig.
So this is what happens when you live on Earth. You crack. You hold reality in your hands until it burns and then you have to drop the plate.