Welcome to The Right Now’s bumper summer edition
When Clementine Ford became a mother, she was unprepared for how much it would upend her life – and how little it would affect her partner’s.
One the eve of the Man Booker announcement, we’ve read and reviewed the other prize-winners of 2021
Summer reading starts here
When Oceane Campbell was 18, she attempted suicide. Here, she and her mother, Cécile, reveal how writing about their experiences brought them closer
There’s no self-improvement this time round
This Father’s Day, a First Nations writer pens a letter to his dad
Meg Mason’s Sorrow and Bliss has become a sleeper hit
A lot has happened since EL James’ publishing phenomenon set women’s pulses racing. So, we asked a virgin 50 Shades reader to see if it still stands up, post #MeToo.
Recommended by our favourite, bookish contributors
Never underestimate the quiet ones, says the author in her new book