BOOK REVIEW: CLEMENTINE FORD – FIGHT LIKE A GIRL

  Clementine Ford’s latest book Fight Like A Girl packs punches in the best possible way. The feminist commentator has penned a volume that is like a personal polemic; one that is not dissimilar to the work of Lindy West, Caitlin Moran, Tara Moss et al. Fight Like A Girl then, is another important and welcome addition to the…

BOOK REVIEW: EMILY REYNOLDS – A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO LOSING YOUR MIND

  English freelance journalist Emily Reynolds was a teenager when she first developed bipolar disorder. It proved a hard diagnosis because it took around a decade of visits to health-care professionals and a cocktail of different medications in order to settle on the right ones. While on this journey, Reynolds researched and read the books…

BOOK REVIEW: ALAN MANLY – WHEN THERE ARE TOO MANY LAWYERS

  The latest book to fit in the “Truth is stranger than fiction camp” is Alan Manly’s When There Are Too Many Lawyers. The story is part legal survival guide, autobiography and tragi-comedy that chronicles the ten years Manly and his co-defendant, Julian Day spent fighting a vexatious litigant. It’s an endless rollercoaster of a…