Pullman and Rundell make for an oddly cohesive pair at their talk in Blackwells.
Fiction presenting sex as pornography is dishonest and ridiculous
Sophie Burdge reveals the stark reality of abuse through the disturbed mindset of the abuser
Benedict George takes a trip into the surreal with a phone that refuses to leave its owner in peace
Alexandra Illingworth explores the poignancy of growing up with a fraught sibling relationship
Oliver Baldwin’s monologue explores the day to day terror of making ‘a fresh start’
Cressida Peever’s mystery explores the eery blankness of receiving anonymous postcards
“The first time I nearly died was on a Wednesday.” Michael Bond, a smiling and well-dressed 90 year old, leaned forward as he talked....
Richard Birch investigates the sway of alcohol dependence, and the power it can hold over you
Prose by Cameron Finlay about the kind of discourse that follows a life-altering accident
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