A tribute by Mandy Pannett
Here comes the new anthology!
I’d forgotten, after the blandly destructive Cameron days and the robotically dysfunctional May days, just how it feels to be viscerally repulsed by one’s Prime Minister.
Holiday Reads aren’t always big fat novels. These are the books that grabbed me in Buxton bookshops, on my holidays this year…
Joc Simms’ book brought together some never-before seen photos of the soldier-victims of nuclear tests, some very personal histories and her breath-taking poetry about nuclear tests and warfare. Here are some of the events and some of the reactions…
There are so many people trying to use bullying and false accusations as political tools lately that when I heard Waterstones had backed out of a book launch during Labour Party conference, I went straight to my local indie bookshop and ordered it.
180 years of conflict and misery, and no end in sight.
A people who might endure: a people who might find their way back to living lightly, living innocently…
Or – how to pay for Basic Income
Sometimes, someone manages to release just the right book at just the right moment. This is it.