Review: #TheWomaninthePhotograph – Stephanie Butland

If you're looking for a novel that will shake up your perspective on the world, this is one for you. Transporting us to the women's movement of the 70s, The Woman in the Photograph, by Stephanie Butland is a feminist book about women's fight for equality and exacting change. We see much of the novel … Continue reading Review: #TheWomaninthePhotograph – Stephanie Butland

Review: #CommonPeople – An Anthology of Working-Class Writers, ed. Kit de Waal @unbounders

Common People, edited by Kit de Waal, brings together a collection of fantastic essays, poems and memoir from a variety of writers on what 'working-class' means to them. What emerges is a powerful force of varied voices, timbres and textures, that is both an enjoyable read and a challenge to the status quo. I don't … Continue reading Review: #CommonPeople – An Anthology of Working-Class Writers, ed. Kit de Waal @unbounders