How Does BookBrowse’s Coverage Compare?

How Does BookBrowse’s Coverage Compare?

In case you missed it, last week The New York Times released its list of the Best 100 Books of the 21st Century. So, we thought we’d compare how BookBrowse did at featuring... Read more »
Sister in Law by Harriet Wistrich review – in defence of women | Autobiography and memoir

Sister in Law by Harriet Wistrich review – in defence of women | Autobiography and memoir

In 2011, Harriet Wistrich got a call about Sally Challen, who had been convicted of the murder of her husband, Richard. Sally had bludgeoned him to death with a hammer at their Surrey home... Read more »
Game of Thrones’ George RR Martin falls foul of Glasgow sci-fi event’s strict rules | George RR Martin

Game of Thrones’ George RR Martin falls foul of Glasgow sci-fi event’s strict rules | George RR Martin

His fantasy novel series A Song of Ice and Fire may have sold 90m copies and been translated into 47 languages, propelling George RR Martin to literary superstardom – but that wasn’t... Read more »
Youth With Conduct Disorder Show Widespread Differences in Brain Structure

Youth With Conduct Disorder Show Widespread Differences in Brain Structure

NIH-funded study of conduct disorder identifies new brain areas associated with the disorder, offering future directions for research efforts and clinical practice July 17, 2024 • Press Release A neuroimaging study of... Read more »
Balzac’s Paris: The City as Human Comedy by Eric Hazan review – street spirit | History books

Balzac’s Paris: The City as Human Comedy by Eric Hazan review – street spirit | History books

Eric Hazan, a lifelong Parisian who died in June, wrote several books about his hometown, with a particular focus on the class politics of the built environment. In Balzac’s Paris he revisits... Read more »
Game of Thrones’ George RR Martin falls foul of Glasgow sci-fi event’s strict rules | George RR Martin

National Trust appoints first writer in residence at Brimham Rocks | The National Trust

Brimham Rocks in North Yorkshire has its first writer in residence, who has been recruited by the National Trust to create works inspired by the “mysterious and awe-inspiring rock formations”. Natalie Anastasia... Read more »
NIMH Genomics Team 75th Anniversary Webinar

NIMH Genomics Team 75th Anniversary Webinar

Transcript MIRI GITIK: Hello, everybody, and welcome to the NIMH Genomic Team’s 75th anniversary webinar, Celebrating Advancements in Psychiatric Genomics. Today, we will be here for more talks that highlight key advancements... Read more »
Youth With Conduct Disorder Show Widespread Differences in Brain Structure

The Wendy Award by Walter Scott review – the voice of a bewildered generation | Fiction

My enjoyment of Walter Scott’s brilliant Wendy books, in which a millennial arts graduate with a self-destructive streak as wide as the Yukon River pings like a pinball around various Canadian cities,... Read more »
Billie Eilish latest star to read CBeebies bedtime story | Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish latest star to read CBeebies bedtime story | Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish has become the latest star to read a CBeebies bedtime story, having chosen a book that teaches children about interacting with nature. The Oscar-winning singer of What Was I Made... Read more »
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