October 29, 2020

Liz Bolton reviews Fragile Monsters by Catherine Menon

Generational struggles and family histories in Catherine Menon’s debut “Fragile Monsters.”
October 21, 2020

10 Things…with Rebecca Wilkie

Rebecca Wilkie, Senior Programme Manager at New Writing North, answers our questions.
October 6, 2020

10 Things…with Kate Halabura

Kate Halabura, Library Manager at Wandsworth Town Library, takes on our questionnaire (originally published in June 2020)
October 1, 2020

Aisha Phoenix reviews The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett

Negotiating a hostile society: A review of Brit Bennett’s The Vanishing Half
September 29, 2020

10 Things…with Harriet Tyce

Harriet Tyce, Sunday Times bestselling author, takes on our questionnaire.
September 14, 2020

Review of Lynda Clark’s ‘Beyond Kidding ’ by Miki Lentin

Miki Lentin reviews ‘Beyond Kidding’ by Lynda Clark
September 14, 2020

Review of Jac Shreeves-Lee’s ‘Broadwater ’ by Liz Bolton

Liz Bolton reviews ‘Broadwater’ by Jac Shreeves-Lee
September 14, 2020

Review of Sophie Campbell’s ‘Breakfast at Bronzefield’ by Sian Hughes

Sian Hughes reviews ‘Breakfast at Bronzefield by Sophie Campbell
September 13, 2020

Review of Ozgur Uyanik’s ‘Conception’ by Jess Sturman-Coombs

Jess Sturman-Coombs reviews of Ozgur Uyanik’s ‘Conception’ out now with Fairlight Books
June 13, 2020

James Young interviews Ruby Cowling

James Young interviews Ruby Cowling about her collection This Paradise published by Boiler House Press, and currently longlisted for the Orwell Prize for Political Fiction.
May 21, 2020

Writing In The Time of COVID-19: Abi Daré

Last in our series of interviews with writers discussing the impact of the pandemic on their work and creativity, Aisha Phoenix talks to Abi Daré about online book clubs and juggling full-time work, homeschooling and writing.
May 14, 2020

Writing In The Time of COVID-19: Jenny Downham

Fifth in our series of interviews with writers discussing the impact of the pandemic on their work and creativity, Aisha Phoenix talks to Jenny Downham about publishing uncertainty and the importance of writing groups.
May 7, 2020

Writing In The Time of COVID-19: Patrice Lawrence

Fourth in our series of interviews with writers discussing the impact of the pandemic on their work and creativity, Aisha Phoenix talks to Patrice Lawrence about the disruption caused by the lockdown and sources of hope.
April 30, 2020

Writing In The Time of COVID-19: Golnoosh Nour

Third in our series of interviews with writers, discussing the impact of the pandemic on their work and creativity, Aisha Phoenix talks to Golnoosh Nour about her virtual book launch under lockdown.
April 24, 2020

10 Things…with Eleni Kyriacou

Eleni Kyriacou, debut author of She Came to Stay, takes on our questionnaire.
April 23, 2020

Writing In The Time of COVID-19: Louise Hare

Second in our series of interviews with writers discussing the impact of the pandemic on their work and creativity, Aisha Phoenix talks to Louise Hare about being a debut novelist under lockdown.
April 16, 2020

Writing In The Time of COVID-19: Jacob Ross

First in our series of interviews with writers discussing the impact of the pandemic on their work and creativity, Aisha Phoenix talks to Jacob Ross about writing under lockdown.
April 8, 2020

Aisha Phoenix interviews Jacqueline Haskell about her new collection

Aisha Phoenix interviews Jacquline Haskell about her writing journey, inspiration and new collection Stroking Cerberus: Poems from the Afterlife.
March 20, 2020

10 Things…with Louise Hare

Louise Hare, author of ‘This Lovely City’ and Features Editor for MIR online, takes on our questionnaire.
March 18, 2020

Miki Lentin reviews The Inland Sea by Madeleine Watts

The End of Stationarity: a review of Madeleine Watts’s The Inland Sea by Miki Lentin