What It’s Like Growing Up in a Beloved Chinese Takeaway
Read an exclusive extract of Angela Hui’s new book, "Takeaway: Stories From Behind the Counter", out today.
There’s No Getting Around It – Break-Ups Are the Worst
In an extract from new book “Notes On Heartbreak”, Annie Lord describes the dull pain that comes with splitting up.
How to Beat Imposter Syndrome
Read an exclusive extract from Nathalie Olah's non-fiction book, 'Steal As Much As You Can: How to Win the Culture Wars in an Age of Austerity'.
I Watched the Neighbourhood I Grew Up in Get Gentrified
In this extract from "Rife: Twenty-One Stories from Britain's Youth", Malakaï Sargeant describes how gentrification destroyed Hackney.
These Two Friends Share Vital Stories About Black Mental Health at Uni
We hear from the co-authors of new #Merky Books release 'Taking Up Space: The Black Girl's Manifesto for Change', and excerpt part of a chapter.
Satellites Are Quietly, Constantly Watching Us
In a few short decades, the movement and activities of large swaths of Earth's humans can be tracked at all times.
Introverts Are Better at Sizing People Up Than the Rest of Us
In a new book, Karen Wickre explains how introverts are more attuned to the steady thrum of needs, desires, secrets, and worries of others—and how that gives them an edge at work.
Stormzy Details His Big Break in this Exclusive Book Excerpt
We've got a chapter extract from 'Rise Up: The #Merky Story So Far,' the 25-year-old rapper's first release on his new book imprint.
The Internet of Hackable Things You Don’t Own
How DRM and End User License Agreements have threatened the very idea of 'ownership.'
Read an Excerpt from ‘The Bitmap Brothers: Universe,’ on the Creation of ‘The Chaos Engine’
The 16-bit favorite gets dissected in this section of Read Only Memory’s new book on the acclaimed British studio.
The Man Who Brought the Nets to Brooklyn
In an excerpt from the book "The Brooklyn Wars", author Neil deMause details how developer Bruce Ratner plotted to build the Barclays Center in order to attract the Nets to Brooklyn.
The Surprising Number of Middle-Aged White Men Who Think About Faking Their Own Deaths
In Elizabeth Greenwood's latest book, Playing Dead: A Journey Through the World of Death Fraud we learn about the cottage industry that's cropped up around "pseudocide".