"I've decided to write a book detailing a bunch of events you specifically don't want to know about."
With his debut novel, Toxic Beer, Simon Bullock transports readers to a galaxy of madcap humour not to be missed.
A continued adherence to outdated doctrine and historic prejudices are, simply put, leading to a loss of faith in the Church, especially among the young generation.
Imagine a world where it’s not what you do that counts, but what you say. A place where those who never turn the big dreams into reality are publicly celebrated, and the results don’t matter in the race to get ahead.
In this exclusive article, International journalist, migrant activist and TED Fellow Yasin Kakande, author of a new book on the historical and contemporary reasons for African immigration, ‘Why We Are Coming’, traces the intersection between Black Lives Matter and African Migrations in the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Traditional solutions no longer work; the trickle-down theory and market obsession of neo-liberalism have achieved little. These schools of thought are now irrelevant to the world’s financial problems. There are no easy answers to the problem of deflation caused by excessive levels of debt.
For those who appreciate such body horror classics as Clive Barker’s Hellraiser then, to paraphrase Pinhead, step forward for L.A. Mason has “such sights to show you”
The Kindle Storyteller Award is open for entries again - but you only have a few days.
In new hard science-fiction novel The Place of Quarantine, award-winning Russian author Vadim Babenko delivers an extraordinary book that is both intellectually stimulating and emotionally engaging By Lucy Bryson What happens after we die is one of the most profound and fundamental questions of humanity, and is a subject that has, understandably, been a perennial favourite for fiction authors across the ages. The realm of speculative fiction is, after all, an ideal place to examine those areas of our shared...