Month: July 2022

Essence of the North

What is the “Essence of the North?” That is what is being asked by The Northerner Blog in the Guardian today. They are asking for […]

29th July 2022

Drew Gummerson – Q&A

Lambda Award finalist. Writer of The Lodger, Me and Mickie James, Seven Nights at the Flamingo Hotel. Kuper’s Tube coming Nov 22 Drew can be […]

29th July 2022

Anne Goodwin – Q&A

Anne Goodwin writes entertaining fiction about identity, mental health and social justice. She is the author of three novels and a short story collection published […]

22nd July 2022

Light Matters

Vicki Goldberg. Aperture. (248p) ISBN 9781597111652 A collection of essays exploring some of the usual ‘canon’ of photographers of the twentieth century, with a definitely […]

20th July 2022

It’s a Gazebo!

This is a bit of Roleplaying lore that’s been kicking around the Internet for as long as I can remember. I found it going through […]

20th July 2022

Four Thousand Weeks

Oliver Burkeman. Vintage. (288p) ISBN 9781784704001 Not really the kind of book I normally read, not into self-help or time management books but I’d heard […]

17th July 2022

Timothy Baker – Q&A

Timothy C. Baker was born in Baltimore, Maryland and grew up in southern Vermont. He studied at Vassar College and the University of Edinburgh, and […]

15th July 2022