October 3, 2022

Review: Compliances: A New Fear by Iphgenia Baal and Ben Graville

Compliances: A New Fear is a challenging read. To describe it as merely unconventional does not do this work justice. The book pushes you to question where you stand on matters that are very close to home.
October 30, 2022

Review: Rising of the Black Sheep

Zahrah Nesbitt-Ahmed reviews Rising of the Black Sheep, by Livia Kojo Alour
November 10, 2022

Review: Stitching the Hours With Nothing – Lanyard, by Peter Sansom

Lanyard is a beautiful, sad, lonely gathering of elegies for lost friends, lost landscapes, lost industries, lost communities, and lost possibilities.
December 8, 2022

PJ Harvey Reads Orlam at Conway Hall

Harvey inhabits the farm, then the woods, building the world for the audience as she goes.
December 22, 2022

The Fish, by Joanna Stubbs – Review

"If Stubbs set out explore how humans have the capacity to worry about ‘big existential events’ when they also face everyday problems, she has succeeded."
January 4, 2023

What the wounded heart attempts – review: The Illustrated Woman, by Helen Mort

"I’ll state up front: I love Helen Mort’s poetry. Her writing is taut, lyrical, kind, brave, intelligent, beautiful."