Gear up for National Novel Writing Month with these tips!
I'm an Irish/Bangladeshi writer and poet, recently graduated from an MA in postcolonial literature. Books are my life!
"While it's a step in the right direction, more needs to be done by everyone involved in the industry."
The Bold Type definitely gets into the nitty-gritty of some serious topics but it also has a lot of time for fun
Stuff to add to your TBR list for October 2017.
As Theo’s story unfolds, the realities of Dublin merge with Theo’s past Rwandan trauma, forging links between two very different lands with two very different histories.
It’s June, and that means it’s pride month. Here are five awesome LGBTQ+ books that you can pick up this month to celebrate.
It's important that books are able to depict mental health in nuanced ways.
The last season of Orphan Black ended with the mother of all cliffhangers - will its upcoming and last season satisfy all our curiosities?
"The irony of all of this, of course, is that the people who are attempting to shut up 'SJWs' for being offended are trying to shut them up because they’re offended."
"...it’s the same kind of comedy that continues to deride those who are marginalised at a poor attempt to be ‘satirical.’"
"It’s very different from anything I have read before."
To take seven out of twenty nominations as a celebratory event that ends the lack of diversity is celebrating diversity crumbs in a Hollywood that is flooded with a lack of nominations, lack of recognition, and a lack of opportunity.
I binge-watched the show in two days, and am already going through One Day At A Time withdrawals.
Fans of A Series of Unfortunate Events have been waiting for the Netflix series to drop ever since it was first announced. As the series is an adaptation of the original books by Lemony Snicket (also known as Daniel Handler), it is…
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It's the start of another year! No matter what genres you're into, 2016 brought us piles of exciting new releases. But if you're an avid reader like we are here at Cultured Vultures, you'll know that a year's reading doesn't consist…
So it’s that time of the year again. The time when we have to prepare ourselves to write ‘2016’ on every piece of paper and angrily cross it off when we remember it’s the new year, and when we get overwhelmed with corny “I haven’t seen you…
I think we’re all in agreement that 2016 hasn’t been the best year so far, all things considered, and for women, things have been looking particularly bad. However, throughout the year, there have been particular things that have brought…
The year is almost over and what an exciting year it’s been. To finish up, there’s a host of brand new books to read in December 2016. Saga Issue 41 by Brian K. VAUGHAN and Fiona Staples Brian K. Vaughn’s popular sci-fi/fantasy…
Today marks the birthday of famed Victorian novelist, George Eliot. Writing at a time when sexism was rife, Eliot undertook a male pseudonym in order to be taken seriously as a novelist. She gave us brilliant novels such as Silas Marner and…