• How To Actually Complete Your Reading Goal In 2021

    Nieve O’Donnell Blown-in with the new year comes sets of resolutions and goals which are usually achieved with varying levels of success. One resolution most people have when it comes to the new year is to read more. However, setting a reading goal can be daunting and a good...
  • An Interview With Harriet Frosh, Author Of ‘Space Taxis’

    Jerome Gerada Harriet Frosh is a current University of Nottingham English student and literary critic who has, more recently, become a published author. Her first novel, Space Taxis, co-written with her father, Adam Frosh, is a science-fiction fantasy tale that traverses different worlds, making for an all-round out-of-this-world reading...
  • Secret Spots To Curl Up With A Book On Campus

    Jasmin Lemarie On the fourth day of freshers, Jasmin shares some of her favourite places to enjoy a good book on campus.  As a second year English student, reading avidly has become a necessity for my degree. Whilst I struggled with the volume of books I had to read...
  • Society Spotlight: The English Society 2020/21

    ‘All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances; And one man in his time plays many parts.’...
  • Interview With Rob Temple – Author Of ‘Born To Be Mild’

    Melina Williams Rob Temple, an alumnus of Nottingham University, found his success through his So Very British Twitter page and subsequent Very British Problems publications. Born to be Mild is his most recent work: a slightly different piece in the form of a humorous, relatable memoir taking the reader...
  • Why we need to support independent bookshops

    Rowan Cothliff Across the UK, from quaint little towns to the roaring major cities, booklovers can find the hidden gem that is an independent bookshop. Unlike Waterstones, predominantly these shops sell second-hand and potentially rare books that will fill the nation’s selective bookcases. Unfortunately, with the rise of mainstream...
  • Have People Been Reading More During Lockdown?

    Gemma explores whether people have been reading more as a result of lockdown and which genres have thrived during the pandemic....