City Lights Pocket Poets

I had an unconventional, but definitely not unique way to City Lights poetry books – through Rory Gilmore. Or, let’s be honest, though Jess Mariano, who picked the […]

Mukiwa – A White Boy in Africa by Peter Godwin

I have never been to the African continent, but somehow I have come to be deeply fascinated by it and very much hope to get the chance to […]

Educated by Tara Westover

I am always late to reading the super popular books because my to-read list is just too long and it is way easier to find classics in second-hand […]

Modern Romance by Aziz Ansari and Eric Klinenberg

I am extremely bad at relationships. In my almost 20 years of grown-up life, I have managed to spend a staggering 4 years in something you could kind […]

The Secret Life of Books by Tom Mole

Throughout the book, Mole kept repeating that we don’t see books as an object on itself. That we just see the text it contains. Advising in the first […]

Top Ten: The Best Books According to 125 Writers

I love lists. I mean not as much as Rob Gordon or Amy Santiago, but still. So I was happy to find a book called The Top Ten: Writers Pick Their Favorite Books in a second-hand store in my hometown.

A bit about Allen Ginsberg

I like the beatniks. It started, like for a lot of people, with Jack Kerouac’s On the Road and from there I dived into William S. Burroughs Junky. […]

‘Believe Me’ and ‘Help’

As a bit of a continuation of the Will Young book post. Here are two of my favourite LGBTQ+ memoirs. Both by Brits, like Will. But comedians, not […]