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Win a copy of Now, Conjurers by Freddie Kölsch

To celebrate the publication of Freddie Kölsch’s YA debut Now, Conjurers, we’ve teamed up with Electric…

Anna Zoe Quirke on the importance of authentic autism representation in books

When I was growing up, there wasn’t really any accurate autism representation out there in…

Read an extract from Daughter of Calamity by Rosalie M. Lin

1932, Shanghai. By day, Jingwen delivers bones for her grandmother, the exclusive surgeon to the…

Nathanael Lessore on balancing comedy with the theme of toxic masculinity

Why comedy? In my buildup to studying Creative Writing at university, I was bored at…

Book Review: The Ministry of Time by Kaliane Bradley

Whether it’s a slip, a loop, a classic machine or a dreamy form of precognition,…

Alexis Hall on writing sex scenes and not putting “heat levels” into hierarchies

In almost exactly a week (at time of writing), the rerelease of my book For…

Hannah Dolby: What did the Victorian era ever do for us?

When we think of the Victorian era, we often draw a sigh of relief that…

The Dead Don’t Hurt Review

In an America on the cusp of the Civil War, immigrants Vivienne (Vicky Krieps) and…

Dancers of the Dawn: Creating magic through dance

Ever since I was younger and would go on special trips to watch the ballet…

I Used To Be Funny Review

Sam (Rachel Sennott) is a stand-up comic dealing with a severe case of PTSD. She’s…

Read an extract from Behind You Is The Sea by Susan Muaddi Darraj

Behind You Is the Sea brings us into the homes and lives of three main…