A first look at Zadie Smith’s new book of essays, written during the coronavirus crisis and reflecting on our current time.
Words, sentences, chapters are capable of transporting us into another mind – and opening ours. If you’ve seen the news but don’t know how next to educate yourself – start here.
Benedicte Bemet, the Principal Artist at the Australian Ballet shares with us her essential reads, childhood favourites and the books that changed her life.
For the second instalment of RUSSH Book Club, our ‘Unrecognised’ issue cover star Sophie Koella shares the novels that have captured her heart and the writer who inspires her most.
For your 2020 reading list. Five writers list the classics that never leave their bedside tables.
“I think through showing the hypocrisy and dishonesty of people so clearly they really formed who I became and what I value.” Sex Worker, activist and writer Tilly Lawless joins the RUSSH Book Club, sharing her 5000+ collection and the reads that changed her life.