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Review: Six Days in Leningrad – Paullina Simons

I’ve never read a memoir of one of my favourite authors before. J.K. Rowling hasn’t released one, and Harper Lee’s isn’t exactly written by her, so the fact that Paullina Simons has released one written by her made me quite happy. I read Simons’ The Bronze Horseman last year, and since then I have picked up…

Review: Columbine – Dave Cullen

On one of my first days of journalism studies, I vividly remember an instructor, sitting in front of a class of 30 or so wide-eyed young people, explain the very real possibility that there may come a time in our careers that we will be met with a tragedy that needs coverage. I remember sitting…