James Thornton & poetry of science

James Thornton gives the Barbican Press  2018 summer poetry reading – to a discerning

Brian W. Lavery – The Luckiest Thirteen

We are proud to launch Brian W. Lavery‘s The Luckiest Thirteen, a companion to

James Thornton – The Feynman Challenge

“In this unusual and exceptionally interesting work, James Thornton speaks as both a poet

The Duality of Frankenstein – Jonathan Squirrell

A fresh review of Kate Horsley’s Frankenstein sequel The Monster’s Wife. Many thanks to Jonathan

The Mystery of Briony Lodge – David Bagchi

  Review by Jonathan Squirrell  Cards on the table, Three Men in a Boat

Jerome K. Jerome makes a fresh Splash

QUIZ! Name two Walsall-born writers, one 19th Century & one 21st Century, who both

The Fifth Dimension in Dublin!

Terrific News … Martin Vopenka‘s THE FIFTH DIMENSION is at the heart of this year’s European

Sarah Walton

  We’re thrilled to be bringing out Sarah Walton’s debut novel of Ancient Rome,

What have writers from the old Soviet bloc ever done for us?

In the late 20th century writers from the old Soviet bloc travelled at warp

The Boston Castrato – Colin W. Sargent

‘A rare book, one that will settle into the soul for a lifetime.’ – Morgan