All posts tagged non-fiction
The Pelican Books editor discusses the resurrection of the famous non-fiction imprint which is back on bookshop shelves after a 30-year hiatus.
Mabel Mnensa reviews Katherine Boo’s vivid non-fiction masterpiece, Behind the Beautiful Forevers.
SOPHY KOHLER reviews The Reason I Jump, an exploration of autism, by Naoki Higashida.
ALEXANDER MATTHEWS talks to Bill Nasson about his new book which details South Africa’s involvement in World War II.
Bernadette le Roux tells ALEXANDER MATTHEWS about the inspiration behind her second cookbook, Roots, Shoots & Leaves.
ALEXANDER MATTHEWS talks to Sarah Wild, author of Searching African Skies, about the Square Kilometre Array.
BILL NASSON lauds On the Map, Simon Garfield’s exploration of the intersection between history and geography.
Simon Garfield contemplates Henry Morton Stanley’s controversial legacy.