Locked in the UL, alone, cold and scared. Won’t happen to you? That’s what Freya Evison thought…
LAURA GRAYLING banishes revision boredom.
Vaginas, Jewish porn and anal surgery: the UL’s got it all if you know where to look. ANNA SHEINMAN gives you a tour of the library’s dirtiest corners.
ESTHER HARDING talks to world-famous illustrator QUENTIN BLAKE about stereotyping, Roald Dahl’s characters and becoming successful.
The UL’s change in borrowing policy spells disaster for finalists and undermines its promise to stock all necessary books.
A look inside the secret world of the librarian – it’s one full of books, bourbons and bitching.
With Kindles and iPads keen on turning over a more shiny, silicon leaf, BEN DALTON argues that we should try and rekindle our old, papery flame.
The President of the Oxford Union has admitted that books were burnt at the handover dinner and has launched an investigation.
Meeting someone for coffee? CATHERINE TRINDER weighs up the options, including a “chiropractor’s heaven.”
Cambridge’s Centre for African Studies has welcomed four leading African academics to take part in a research programme.
‘The publishing industry is in a terrible state; it’s ghost written footballers’ memoirs that sell.’ Poet RUTH PADEL talks notoriety, creative writing and pissing off the porters with KATIE FORSTER.
TABATHA LEGGETT talks to Frank Warren, the man behind PostSecret, about his inspiration behind the project and the lessons he’s learned along the way.
Germaine Greer thinks the UL is now a “beacon of naffness”. DAVID DRAKE encourages her to embrace her inner child.
Can’t be arsed to read? DUNCAN STIBBARD HAWKES returns to tell you which Classics look best.