Three Morning Pages filled with an ode to a hairbrush, or shopping lists, or in-depth “journalling” — there is a lot that we write on life’s behalf
The joy of writing sheds.
Across the world, book fairies are quietly leaving gift-wrapped books in little crannies with a simple instruction: Share the joy
We need books, like Ali Smith’s How to be Both, to remind us to stop talking into our hands, to remove little blocks from our ears, and look up from screens
Ali Smith’s sparkling anthology is a spirited advocacy for public libraries: an institution that is underfunded, underused and under threat.
“The nudge of ghosts” in Adam Thorpe’s Ulverton – stranger than fiction.
Tune out, turn off, drop in. Jules Evans in search of ecstasy.
On forgotten roads with an Indian elder. Kent Nerburn’s wonderful testimony to the Native American worldview through the eyes of an extraordinary old man called Dan.
An overdose of empathy in Peter Wohlleben’s ‘The Hidden Life of Trees’.
The Wonderful World of Carlos Ruiz Zafón