Earning full stars in their reviews, these books the ones you must add to your collection.



Read this Season: Sweetbitter by Stephanie Danler

With a television series in production, this semi-autobiographical book exposing the realities of life as a NYC restaurant worker is to become a modern classic.


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Book Spotlight: i am, i am, i am by maggie o'farrell

Recounts of Maggie O'Farrell's seventeen brushes with death, this book is dark and scary, oozing through you and making you feel everything...



In Conversation With: Kellie Kerr

We chatted to Kellie from The Kerr Collective to discuss what she does, what inspires her, and what she reads!



for a bit of nostalgia:

Wildwood by Colin Meloy: The Chronicles of Narnia meets Game of Thrones, this enchanted, YA novel is enjoyable for everyone...



Artist Spotlight: Gemma Correll

We found out about what British Illustrator, Gemma Correll's likes to listen to and asked for her book recommendations...



Let's get philosophical:

Using comedy to explain the philosophy of life, death and the afterlife, Heidegger and a Hippo Walk Through Those Pearly Gates was a more than pleasant surprise.



books you can read in one day

Quick to read, but not at all lacking in quality content, these commitment free books are full of wonder.



Learn Something New:

In conversation with Professor of English Literature at the University of Sydney, Peter Marks.



Underrated book: Insatiable by Gael Greene

Gael Greene recounts her life from the 1960's and beyond, working as a famed food critic and dining at some of the world's finest restaurants, while also living a life of scandalous fun...