Lee Williscroft-Ferris reviews ‘Come Home’, the new album by leading trans activist and artist, CN Lester.
Karen Pollock reviews the latest book by Dr Brooke Magnanti, an exciting crime thriller set in Newcastle and Scotland.
As a long term Doctor Who fan Karen Pollock explores whether LGBTQ+ characters being included in the show matters
For Gaming Month, Kath Rella explores the complexities behind one of Dragon Age’s most infamous characters: Sera. Sera; a polarising presence in Bioware’s Dragon Age: Inquisition. The lesbian anti-elf is rude, crude and thoroughly argumentative. […]
For this month’s theme, guest writer Sarah Ellis explores the much beloved Dungeon’s and Dragon’s game.
For gaming month, Stephanie Farnsworth looks at what made Overwatch so successful.
Ahead of the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda, Stephanie Farnsworth looks back at the franchise’s original trilogy.
For this month’s theme of Book Club, Dónal Murray-Ferris reviews A Good Hiding, a story full of deep secrets and the forging of an unlikely friendship. Set in Belfast, Northern Ireland it explores hard topics including sexuality, teen pregnancy and domestic abuse set against the backdrop of a city known for it’s difficult history.
For this month’s theme of Book Club, Lois Shearing reviews second anthology The Fire Eater’s Lover, which celebrates all things related to performance. Whether its getting up on stage, dressing up for a night out, or seducing a lover, The Fire Eater’s Lover heaves with the beauty of all the rituals and tribulations of everyday life.
Stephanie Farnsworth reviews ‘And the Band Played On’, one of the most detailed books documenting the AIDS crisis of the 1980s.