Tag: reading

Recalibrating our literary compasses

In the era of Amazon, who can resist a text “recommended for you”? But with each *click*,  metadata expands and a cycle of the same books fill our shelves. However, long before Kamila Shamsie’s female-forward challenge to publishers, Ann Morgan uncovered yet another void in our literary marketplace.

Turning Back To Movement By Turning A Page

Art is part of our everyday life. We read when we travel, we turn on the stereo after a long day, we coexist with art. However, even though we are strongly connected to art, we are drawing away from it by separating ourselves from the process of making art.