“It is women who love horror. Gloat over it. Feed on it. Are nourished by it. Shudder and cling and cry out — and come back for more.” ― Bela Lugosi Women have always been leaders of the horror genre since … Continue reading Summer Thrills: New and Upcoming Horror Novels Written by Women | Feminist Book Fortnight
It’s Feminist Book Fortnight but, to be honest, every day is a feminist book day for us. Women inpiring women is our bread and butter so we were, oh, so happy to compile this list of women who have smashed … Continue reading Strong women in writing: women who will make your jaw drop | Feminist Book Fortnight
Our Graphic Novel of The Month for May sees Mike Mignola’s interpretation of Frankenstein return to the world of Hellboy. Continue reading Frankenstein: New World – May Graphic Novel of The Month.
“Here we all are then, together and not together, making our own way through streets that are at once more crowded and emptier than they have ever been. Moving from one place to another, each of us assuming that the … Continue reading Have we Forgotten the Importance of our Day-to-Day interactions? | Encounterism by Andy Field Book of the Month Review
This is not a drill! We have an incredibly busy month when it comes to fantastic fiction ahead of us, and to help you decide what stock to order in or what to pick up from your local bookstore (it … Continue reading May Day! Keep an eye out for the following fiction titles this month
As I open Viper’s Dream to the first page, I put on my headphones and play the first tune on the author’s playlist listed at the back of the book — ‘’Round Midnight’, played by Thelonious Monk — and, like … Continue reading VIPER’S DREAM — April Book of the Month
Our Graphic Novel of The Month for April is a new fantasy manga from the creator of Fullmetal Alchemist. Continue reading Daemons of the Shadow Realm 01 – April Graphic Novel of The Month.
What’s a long weekend for if not for book buying? Now that we’re getting a sneak peek of the sun, nothing sounds nicer than doing a crawl of our favourite bookshops and picking up some stellar new reads. That’s why … Continue reading April Preview: fresh fiction you need on your shelves this month
As a wise woman once said, “If I feel physically as if the top of my head were taken off, I know that is poetry.” And we couldn’t agree more with this poignant sentiment from Emily Dickinson. On this World … Continue reading Poetry as a means of artful expression: collections to get you thinking and feeling on World Poetry Day
Lá fhéile Pádraig sona daoibh! It’s the day to don your green and get lucky. You might be on the hunt for a perfect pint of Guinness, or hitting up your local parade, or you might even be staying in … Continue reading 10 Irish stories to get you into the spirit of St Patrick’s Day | books to read if you’re missing Éire