In this blog post we uncover one of Britains lesser known protest heroes, Captain Ann who was hanged on this day in 1629 for her part in the Maldon grain riots.
Ahead of our brand new Horror Short Story course launching on the 14th June we sat down with our award winning graduate Gaynor Jones.
To mark the centenary of Nigel Kneale’s birth we invited his official biographer, Andy Murray to talk about a less Continue reading
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It is important to acknowledge the Anti-Vietnam War demonstration as a crucial moment in British history, and a formative Continue reading
I never know what to say when I’m asked where I’m from. So much is wrapped inside that question, like Continue reading
It’s that liminal time of year when it’s not quite summer, but not quite winter, and the weather just can’t make Continue reading