As Shaun Bythell of Wigtown Bookshop demonstrates in the pages of his diary, people who depend on book sales for a living in the 21st century have a definite Black Books air about them.
How to Win at King’s Cross
A review of How to Win at King’s Cross – and some other stuff by Cathy Edmunds
It could have been me
One woman’s story: it’s been a year since Maria McLachlan was attacked. This guest post by Paula Boulton is an example of the journey many of us have been on in the last 12 months.
Right of reply
My right of reply regarding some slanderous and abusive Facebook goings on
Silverhill is the Centre
I grew up in Silverhill. My first jobs, my first teen friends, the first pub I snuck into on the grounds that I was nearly old enough, were all in Silverhill, five minutes walk from home.
To my friends
***update*** All sorted out now – but thanks to everyone who shared, and helped to get WPUK back in the public eye.
On reviewing a book I haven’t read
Well I’ve never done this before. The book is Citizen Clem by John Bew. The pic at the top of this article is from the Ken Loach film, Spirit of ’45. When you’ve read this book review, if you’re interested in all the talk of Jeremy Corbyn being like (or not like) Clement Attlee, I…