Spencer Wise explores family legacy and obligation in our July Book of the Month.
June’s Book of the Month is a searing biographical novel about James Joyce’s daughter Lucia, and the legacy of ‘problematic’ women.
A sensitive, powerful, touching debut. Liam delves into Aja Gabel’s first novel.
May’s Book of the Month is a poignant debut about love, loss and grief by a talented new voice in British fiction.
Ben explores a stunning new work of fiction from Italian writer, Domenico Starnone…
Rachel explores a staggering debut novel of racism and survival in 1990s New York, by The Brotherhood/Sister Sol co-founder, Khary Lazarre-White.
Rachel looks at two new collections by Australian literary legend Helen Garner.
Our November Book of the Month is Brolliology – a fascinating history of the umbrella in life and literature.
From poignant speeches to rousing satire to touching novels, we’ve got you covered…
The Book of the Month for October is the spellbinding novel from Neil Griffiths, our first title from exciting new publishers Dodo Ink.