On 10th October, Liverpool’s The Bluecoat was privileged enough to be one of the ten venues which welcomed a tour organised by the Poetry...

Yesterday I took a step I have rarely recently made – into a Waterstone’s. There is usually little incentive to enter such a place,...

On Friday 10 May, The Reader will be holding a fundraising event at Leaf on Bold Street to coincide with the In Other Words...

We’ve all been there when one of your favourite books, your secret favourite, your book-mantra, the crème da la crème of your book pile...

A new book on John Lennon is to be released next month, focusing on a significant and largely untold story of the former Beatle’s...

On Saturday 4 - Monday 6 May, Liverpool’s first ever Moby Dick marathon read with be taking place down at the Merseyside Maritime Museum. The...

Like many females probably did this Christmas, among a selection of books I was given was Caitlin Moran’s How To Be A Woman. It...

The warm, glowing smile of Christmas is preparing to reach its peak this week, and for those with a Scrooge within us, it is...

“So, please, oh please, we beg, we pray, go throw your TV set away, and in its place you can install, a lovely bookcase...

“There isn’t anything you can’t represent on a stage” Sarah Kane was an English playwright whose scripts pushed the boundaries of theatre and performance. Her...

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