Category Archives: non-fiction

The End of Men, or maybe not.

“Men have been the dominant sex since, well, the dawn of mankind.” This sentence is on the cover of Hanna Rosin’s ‘The End of Men’. It’s somewhat ironic considering the second part of the book’s title is, ‘and the rise of … Continue reading

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My Dad the Child Murderer

Where There is Evil – Sandra Brown – Book Review As a child in the 1950’s town of Coatbridge, near Glasgow, Sandra Gartshore became aware that there was something not quite right about her dad. Growing up, she learned to … Continue reading

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Rhona Cameron – 1979: A Big Year in a Small Town (Book Review)

The story  begins at nine minutes to twelve on New Years Eve 1978, ends at zero hours 1980 and for the most part is kept within the boundaries of that year. In the prologue, Rhona sketches an outline of her early … Continue reading

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On the radical notion that women are human beings…

Women of the Revolution – Kira Cochrane – Book review Women of the Revolution is an anthology of feminist writing selected from Guardian archives by journalist Kira Cochrane. The resulting book is a guide to feminism as written about in … Continue reading

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