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 »
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 »
Generation Kill author Evan Wright dies aged 59 | Books

Generation Kill author Evan Wright dies aged 59 | Books

Evan Wright, the award-winning journalist who wrote about US subcultures in the book Generation Kill, which he helped adapt into the HBO miniseries of the same name, has died aged 59. Wright... Read more »
The Secret Public: How LGBTQ Resistance Shaped Popular Culture (1955–1979) by Jon Savage review – pop’s coming out period | Music books

The Secret Public: How LGBTQ Resistance Shaped Popular Culture (1955–1979) by Jon Savage review – pop’s coming out period | Music books

Jon Savage’s mammoth new book skilfully navigates, across more than 700 pages, key moments in music and entertainment history and maps their significance for the advancement and acceptance of queer culture. The... Read more »
Authors ask Waterstones to rehire worker fired after tweet about gender-critical writer | Books

Authors ask Waterstones to rehire worker fired after tweet about gender-critical writer | Books

More than 500 authors and book industry professionals have signed an open letter calling on Waterstones to reverse a decision to dismiss an employee who said she would tear up and throw... Read more »
Royal Society of Literature names 29 new fellows including Elizabeth Day, Afua Hirsch and Mick Herron | Books

Royal Society of Literature names 29 new fellows including Elizabeth Day, Afua Hirsch and Mick Herron | Books

Elizabeth Day, Afua Hirsch and Mick Herron are among those named as Royal Society of Literature (RSL) fellows for 2024. The new cohort of 29 writers, announced at a ceremony held at... Read more »
The Secret Public: How LGBTQ Resistance Shaped Popular Culture (1955–1979) by Jon Savage review – pop’s coming out period | Music books

Where to start with: Milan Kundera | Books

That people love to ask novelists to name their favourite novel has always struck me as odd – a bit like asking a passionate traveller to pick a single favourite destination or... Read more »
Authors Respond to the Humanitarian Crisis in Gaza

Authors Respond to the Humanitarian Crisis in Gaza

Since last October, the international and American literary landscapes have been deeply affected by the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Gaza. One of the major ways this has manifested is in authors pushing... Read more »
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