Joseph Vinton, Satire Editor, talks diversity and accessibility in an analysis of Amazon’s Kindle Publishing Direct.
2021 in Books
Rhian Hutchings anticipates the top ten books to be published in 2021.
For Sequels Sake: Good and Bad Sequels
Will Evans evaluates well-known sequels and the extent to which they are made for profit for genuine storyline development.
Non-Fiction Books on the Rise
Paige Insalaco discusses the increasing publication and popularity of non-fiction books.
Treat Your Shelf: Books are the Real Christmas Magic
Christmas, much like my student debt, has come out of nowhere this year. And, again much like my student debt, I’m trying not to think about it. Christmas shopping is an intimidating thing for students with £3.87 in their bank account (that much if you’re lucky!), and amongst the panic it’s easy to fall into […]
“A story is the length a story needs to be.” An interview with Mike French
An Android Awakes, a graphic novel written by Mike French and illustrated by Karl Brown released November 13th this year, is one of the most unsettling, disorienting reads I’ve come across in a long time. Neither a comic book nor a traditional novel, it’s an intriguing story that challenges what we perceive to count as […]