A signal event of literary scholarship, The Biographical Dictionary of Literary Failure by C.D. Rose compiles the biographies of history’s most notable...
Here he comes. Folding the cuff of his black shirt above his wrists so that a pale strip of unburnt skin shows, like a patch of exposed land on a jungle hillside.
An excerpt from Kathryn Simmonds’ debut novel, Love and Fallout, set against the backdrop of the Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp protests of the early eighties.
This extracted chapter from Robinson's The Buyer finds the narrator, David Medway, working late in the offices of his corporate employer.
An extract from Randall, Jonathan Gibbs' excellent new novel satirising the BritArt movement of the 90s, among other things.
An extract from a new novel by UEA graduate, Meg Vandermerwe.
An extract from a first novel by Emma Healey, UEA graduate.
Bun-maska crept tentatively, one foot at a time, ascending the staircase that swung feebly around the decrepit Mira chawl like...
He squatted on a patch of cabbages, under the relentless supervision of a July sun.
The chicken curry had more curry than chicken. So, he threw it at her. She dodged the fiery droplets with...