Poet. film-maker and essayist, Sarah Leavesley, with characteristic inventive vitality, tackles the perennial problem of writing a suitable author biography.
Translator and writer, Sophia Kouidou-Giles shares her translation of an excerpt from Karina Ioannidou's compelling play 'The Bells of Hagia Sophia Toll.'
In the fifth of his occasional series, poet and gardener, Dominic Fisher welcomes another visitor to his allotment, the poet, Dylan Thomas
Writer, poet and translator, Sophia Kouidou-Giles reflects on the challenges facing memoir writers, drawing compelling evidence from her own experience.
Poet, writer and translator, Sophia Kouidou-Giles reflects on this year's virtual political conventions in the USA and offers her personal response
Michael Paul Hogan deftly summarises both the joy and the torment in our love of books
Michael Paul Hogan reflects on the lives of two sadly neglected American novelists.
Jeremy Nathan Marks imagines his grandfather's past as a rising star of the Minor Leagues.
Lincoln Jaques recalls his first trip to his wife's homeland.