Award winning journalist, Christobel Hastings explores the ten greatest creative advice from Elizabeth Gilbert’s inspired self help book, Big Magic
Jane Healey explores the ten phenomenal short story collections from the last ten years. Most of them debut collections, which you might have missed.
Author, poet and film critic Sophie Mayer explores and engages with the variety of feminist cinema through the page.
MOTHER HAS ARRIVED. The ultimate diva on secrets, sexism, Lady Gaga and Harry Potter…
For the fourth edition of our African Women Writers feature, it would only be appropriate to honour my surrogate mother (she has no idea about this, but I’m claiming it!) Ama Ata Aidoo. Afrikult’s Marcelle Mateki Akita writes.
Calls for submissions, competitions and prizes…
Short story writer Jane Healey visits very highbrow ghosts for this year’s For Books’ Sake Halloween.
Dawn Kofie chats to Rachel Hills about her explosive new book, The Sex Myth, and what inspired it.
Since her debut in 2014, Marvel’s newest super-heroine has been making waves for all the right reasons. Alice Nuttall reports on just what makes her so gutsy, loveable, awkward and downright cool.
Oxford lecturer Jenny McAuley celebrates and explores the centenary of Dorothy Richardson’s modernist classic, Pilgrimage.
A few months ago, I discovered the writer Alice Thomas…
Author Sam Mills discusses her new indie publisher, Dodo Ink and their bid to revolutionise the literary industry from 2016.