Indie (imprint) introductions: Serpent’s Tail

This is the fourth instalment of my Indie Introductions series, where I profile independent publishers (as opposed to the Big Four) whose work I love and want to shout about. If you want to delve into the series at length, my previous profiles can be found here. Today, however, is going to be a little … Continue reading Indie (imprint) introductions: Serpent’s Tail

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May 2018 book haul

So we over halfway through June, and I'm only now getting around to posting my May haul. Whoops. In all seriousness, I know I haven't been posting quite as often lately. I do still care about this blog and keeping it updated, but I've been trying to devote more time to my creative writing, which has … Continue reading May 2018 book haul

Book review: How The Light Gets In by Clare Fisher

Between light and darkness, what is there? According to Clare Fisher, just about everything. How The Light Gets In is Fisher's first short story collection, following her 2017 debut novel All the Good Things. It was published earlier this month by one of my favourite indies, Influx Press, who you may recall as being the publishers of … Continue reading Book review: How The Light Gets In by Clare Fisher

Book review: Forgotten Women: The Scientists by Zing Tsjeng

Picture a scientist. Who do you imagine? Some generic image of a man in a lab coat, or a well-known figure - Einstein, Darwin, Hawking? Either way, chances are you the scientist that instinctively springs to mind will be male. This was the finding of the Draw-a-Scientist test, which found that, out of 4,000 5-11 … Continue reading Book review: Forgotten Women: The Scientists by Zing Tsjeng