Cultures Literature Monthly Review

March Review: ‘The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed out of the Window and Disappeared’

A novel that “shines a hilarious, thought-provoking, unfamiliar light on the politics of history, and our experience as fallible people”

This March Anna Stephen shares her thoughts on Jonas Jonasson’s novel.


Mae Bywydau Du o Bwys: Mohamud Hassan, Mouayed Bashir and Black Lives Matter in South Wales

“After decades of unaccountability for institutional racism in south Wales, and the Black Lives Matter network bringing greater organization to protest via formalised groups in BLM Gwent and BLM Cardiff, the calls for justice and reform should be louder and more persistent than ever before.”

Elliott Cocker examines the Black Lives Matter movement and police brutality in South Wales

Global Affairs

San Francisco and the City

San Francisco was, and still remains, a city of innovation. More recently, it has become a financial technology (fintech) and start-up hotspot: the headquarters of Robinhood, Coinbase, Credit Karma and Bolt all lie within the  San Francisco  Bay Area. In 2020, however, Credit Klarna closed their San Francisco offices. Pinterest too reduced office space in Read More…