In Issue 73 of The Reader magazine we explore the theme of ‘Walking the Earth’, looking at the journeys we take to become who we are, and how as humans, we live together on our planet. We discuss experiences of the natural world, and reflect on the stories and poems that have travelled with us, both physically and metaphorically.
The magazine includes a brilliant conversation between Derek Bardowell and Ruth Ibegbuna about sport, racism, fear and hope, and we revisit a classic essay by author and journalist Simon Barnes. You’ll also find recommended reads, insightful interviews, and an update from Het Lezerscollectief on the Reading Revolution over in Belgium and The Netherlands.
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