The infamous NYPD "Cannibal Cop" tells his story in this memoir.
Looking for a new book to ease you into Spring next month? Here are seven to keep an eye out for.
The story of how Bizarro Pulp Press came to be and where it's going next.
"Things are playing out at such a breakneck speed that no one knows how things are ultimately going to turn out."
“In war, you see, it's not just that many lives are lost. The lives of the survivors are often ruined, too. For that girl and her family, the war still isn't over...”
Just a few days ago, I did something I've been struggling to do since college. I typed “End” at the end of a completed novel.
Nat's been reading a lot of children's books lately. Before you raise an eyebrow, check out why.
Nat explores some of the best fantasy books that haven't yet made the leap to the big screen.
Brash title aside, The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck is a great book from Mark Manson.
Gabriel Ricard shares with us the origins and inspirations of his new book, Bondage Night.
The expression 'graphic design' is rich in meaning but difficult to pin down. To most people, design means decoration.
It's a seriously eclectic month for books coming up, so we picked a few of our favourites.
All good things must come to an end.
Orwell, Huxley, and Kerouac abound.
Reading it is like watching a kettle of stew simmering on a low flame.
"It’s very different from anything I have read before."
"Books to me are an escape, especially when I’m feeling sad or run-down, and the idea of helping someone put their mind elsewhere for an hour or two makes me extremely happy."
You might remember from my ‘The Wee Free Men’ article that I was raving about Tiffany Aching, the Nac Mac Feegles and the magic of Discworld distilled for kids. ‘A Hat Full of Sky’ follows on pretty much directly from that first book, in…
A look at B. Diehl's debut poetry collection.
"...the writing process constantly surprises me!"