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Browser 16: Spaghetti! Rigatoni! Orecchiette!

What we’re browsing, watching, reading, eating Online Laura Waddell [LW]: This article is a couple of years old but has been doing the rounds again. Dave Holmes writing in Esquire posits there’s a lost era of music, roughly from 2003 to 2012, where we no longer access the mediums we listened to music through (think […]

Tramp Press Bookshop of the Month: Lighthouse, Edinburgh

Name & Job Title: Mairi, Owner/BooksellerBookshop Name: Lighthouse – Edinburgh’s Radical Bookshop What makes this bookshop special? We’re a bookshop with a mission – we believe passionately in the power of books to affect change, to be part of shaping new narratives and feeding radical imagination. You’ll see this borne out in the team we […]

Browser 15: I Hope the Fishmonger is Vaccinated

What we’re browsing, watching, reading, eating Online Laura Waddell [LW]: The level of control Britney Spears has been subject to is incredibly disturbing. This is a detailed long read by Ronan Farrow and Jia Tolentino on how the conservatorship she’s under has isolated and disenfranchised her, wrestling control of all aspects of her life away […]

Tramp Press Bookshop of the Month: Kennys, Galway

Name & Job Title: Tomás Kenny, BooksellerBookshop Name: Kennys Bookshop Tell us about your bookshop. We’re a family bookshop. My grandparents set it up 81 years ago and they had 6 kids, 5 of whom still work in the business. Now we have third and fourth generations working with us. We’re a bit different in […]

Browser 14: pathetically grateful

What we’re browsing, watching, reading, eating Film & TV Sarah Davis-Goff is back! (SDG): One thing motherhood, and all those hours staring at the tv at strange hours while a tiny beautiful beast sucks the life out of me has shown me is that, given enough time, my brain will learn to love anything. I […]

News: Tramp Press to launch Tramp Press Audio

The audio imprint will launch on Monday 7th June 2021 with Corpsing: My Body and Other Horror Shows read by author Sophie White