Discover Jeff Jarvis' insightful history of the Gutenberg Age, its impact on culture, and the shift to the digital era in new book, The Gutenberg Parathesis.
This memoir, Pamela Anderson’s first after over 30 years in the public eye, is peppered with poetry and narrative alike.
A one-man production courtesy of Dick Johns, The Great Pandemic Sofa Show is a fascinating insight into the last three years, reflecting on the experiences people have had during the pandemic.
In Am I Normal?, Sarah Chaney explores what is normal and how it came to be recognised as such while stressing it's not always been this way.
Gathering Blossoms Under Fire comprises entries from the journals of Alice Walker, spanning a life’s journey and memories of one of the most important writers of the 20th century.
Emily Edwards checks out a Cardiff Hair Salon who have embraced manicures during lockdown, not only as part of their beauty menu - but as a wellbeing treatment for locals.
From a post-Atwood dystopian novel, to a snazzy hardback history of wildlife photography, to the latest from TV's Richard Osman, to some brief thoughts on spaghetti, to comedian Phil Wang on racial identity... we get this week's books column.
The Cardiff Open Air Theatre Festival will be returning this summer, bringing outdoor theatre back to Wales in the process. Things will look a bit different to previous editions, the …