Skip to content
A sizzling novel to read in the heat, when you’re hungry for life, Jessica Andrews’ Milk Teeth explores what it means for women to take up space unapologetically and allow their needs – and desires – to be met.
Read More “Milk Teeth by Jessica Andrews – a transporting, visceral second novel”
In her captivating novel, Our Wives Under the Sea, Julia Armfield tenderly and credibly depicts the pain of absence, loss and transformation often experienced in romantic relationships.
Read More “Our Wives Under the Sea by Julia Armfield”
Nine international artists, all of whom have adopted London as their home, share their experiences in this exciting new anthology.
Read More “Lucifer Over London: (re)discovering the city through new eyes”
Daisy Johnson’s second novel, Sisters, is a haunting tale of sibling love and resentment, a gothic masterpiece brilliantly brought to life.
Read More “Sisters by Daisy Johnson – a gothic masterpiece for our times”
Winner of the Portico Prize 2020 for her debut novel Saltwater, writer Jessica Andrews talks to our arts contributor Rebecca Clark about her journey into writing, the joy of podcasts, the importance of space in relation to creativity, representation in the arts for working class northern writers and much more.
Read More “In conversation with award-winning writer, Jessica Andrews: ‘Self-belief, and feeling like your story matters, even if it doesn’t seem literary to you, is so important.’”
Jessica Andrews’ debut, Saltwater, is a coming of age novel about a young woman’s longing to leave her hometown and what she discovers beyond its borders when she finally does.
Read More “Salt Water by Jessica Andrews – a beautifully poetic pastiche of fiction & autobiography”
An Iron Age re-enactment in Northumberland takes a brutal turn in Sarah Moss’ Ghost Wall. With parallels to Brexit Britain, Moss’ slender novel is a coming-of-age tale with a twist.
Read More “Ghost Wall by Sarah Moss – a slim slip of a book, with so much depth within”