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Lottie Whalen talks to editor and author Francesca Wade about her prize-winning book, Square Haunting, the single women who sought to find a room of their own in Bloomsbury, her research and writing processes, and why the book resonates for women today.
Read More “Interview with acclaimed author Francesca Wade: ‘You really get a sense, in these women’s letters and novels, of the exhilaration that having a place of their own brought about’”
Kassem Eid’s memoir moves through life in pre-war Syria to his time as a FSA resistance fighter and beyond. Beautifully written, captivating and horrific in equal parts, My Country: A Syrian Memoir is a must read, writes Clarissa Hjalmarsson.
Read More “My Country: A Syrian Memoir by Kassem Eid – an accomplished, deeply moving book”