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Reading for Pleasure During Exam Season? Novellas for the Busy Student

Exam season: The two dreaded words that seem to be on the tip of everyone’s tongue. It can be frustrating to be told to...

Posthumous Publications of Private Works: Literary Gems or an Invasion of...

Posthumous publications, works by artists which are published after their death, have become commonplace in society. In the music industry this concept is growing...

St Andrews literary merit: the value of attending author talks

As an English Literature student, studying in a place of literary value was of great importance to me. When I first started at St...

A Valentine’s Day reading list

14th February. For some of us, this is a day of love and for soppy collages with your partner plastered all over social media....

A tribute to Stan Lee

Back when I was 11, I was a bit of a geek. I knew of Marvel Comics from one of my friends but nothing...

Prepare your bookshelves for St Andrew’s Day

The 30th of November is almost upon us. As someone living in St Andrews for the first time, I’ve been excited about this date...

‘Skelling’ author David Almond visits St Andrews

I read Skellig when I was in junior school myself. I remember being entranced with the concept, where the main character nurses a strange...

Debate: Are cookery books literature?

The broad topic of this debate embodies the age-old question of what constitutes literature? As a society, why do we view the complete works...

October reads: Books to get you in the mood for Halloween

October. Leaves start falling from the trees, the warm jumpers start making an appearance, and my bloodstream is ninety percent Pumpkin Spice Latte. ‘Tis...

Anna Akhmatova: The tragic destiny of a Russian soul

I was walking home. The sun was out. The snow had finally melted and the grass was growing green, so I decided to change...