Monthly Archives: September 2015

Everything is Teeth by Evie Wyld & Joe Sumner

Everything is Teeth is Evie Wyld’s first graphic novel, illustrated by Joe Sumner. I read and loved Wyld’s last novel, All The Birds, Singing, earlier this year. This is a memoir about some of Evie’s childhood spent visiting family in … Continue reading

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October – writers of colour month

In the UK, October is Black History Month (BHM). I’ve been thinking about making it writers of colour (WoC) month here on the blog, but I wanted to get thoughts from all of you. I have lots of books I’m … Continue reading

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1984 – The ballet

1984 is one of my favourite books and the Northern Ballet Company are my favourite ballet company (they’re brilliant storytellers), so I was very excited when I saw the two were coming together. However, as 1984 is so language-based, I … Continue reading

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August reads 2015

Lots of comics, a couple of novels, and a bit of non-fiction. Not the best reading month in terms of liking everything I read, but more than made up for by the books I did like. Sapiens by Yuval Noah … Continue reading

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