Tag: Ashley Kalagian Blunt
Feature Articles / Writing and Community: The Opposite of Schadenfreude
By Ashley Kalagian Blunt
‘These days nearly all my friends are writers. Much of the joy in my life comes from our conversations about books, our introspective lives, and our work. It also comes from witnessing their efforts and celebrating their successes.’
What We're Reading / September 2019
What book’s got you feeling all the feelings this month? Our September reads include Skylarking by Kate Mildenhall, Alan Duff’s Once Were Warriors, The Portrait of a Lady by Henry James, Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens, What I Loved by Siri Husvedt and Norman Erikson Pasaribu’s Sergius Seeks Bacchus.
What We're Reading / June 2019
There’s no doubt about it – true happiness is snuggling up with a good book and a hot cup of tea while winter rages outside. And while we probably can’t help you with the tea, we can definitely help in the book section! Read on to discover what our staff have been reading in the cold winter months. Who knows, you might even stumble upon your new favourite book!