‘We convert ourselves into something absurd because the absurd is already living inside us’
Thank you Heloise Press for a review copy of ‘What Concerns Us’. A thought-provoking read about women’s bodies and motherhood
We spoke to poet and professor Paul Farley about his writing journey and connection to the natural world
by Vic What could be more appropriate than reviewing a book called “The Swimmers” for Swim Press? The only thing is, this book isn’t really about swimming… TW: Suicide, assisted suicide I was grateful to receive The Swimmers as a gifted copy from Gallic Books through a giveaway. Immediately I knew I’d have to review… Continue reading Review: ‘The Swimmers’ by Chloe Lane
It was a tough decision deciding what the theme of our second issue should be, but we believed this theme had a multitude of possibilities and we can’t wait to share the issue with you
It’s that time for year again where we choose a book from the Women’s Prize for Fiction shortlist and review why it deserves it place for this prestigious prize
by Charlie Fabre I had a lovely chat with Jimmy Bowman, host of People’s Poetry Podcast to discuss all things poetry, from his own, to teaching it, and where he thinks the future of poetry lies.
While we adjust back to our busy, chaotic and fast paced lives post-lockdown, there doesn’t always seem to be time to sit and write. It sometimes feels as if we have to snatch the hours of the day which allow us to be creative instead of them being easily accessible
by Adrienne Rozells This piece was part of our short list but was no longer able to be published for exterior reasons, so we have instead included it on the blog. Consider this a sneak peek to Issue 2!
It’s becoming a theme where we review popular books on BookTok and Bookstagram! Here’s our latest instalment