As we anticipate the release of Stephenie Meyer’s new Twilight novel, Becky Davies looks back on her career so far.
Elizabeth Sorrell digs deep into work by Ezra Pound and F.S Flint.
Georgie Holmes anticipates the release of The Midnight Library on August 20th.
We asked some of our writers at The Edge their favourite poets & spoken word artists and ended up with quite the eclectic bunch.
Review: The Feminist and the Sex Offender – “Levine and Meiners cover all bases by explaining the history and theory of abolitionist feminism”
Political issues are definitely at the forefront of any society, Elizabeth Sorrell reviews Judith Levine and Erica R. Meiners’s The Feminist and the Sex Offender: Confronting Sexual Harm, Ending State Violence.
Twelve years after the first draft leaked, we’re finally getting Twilight from Edward’s perspective – what can we expect?
Some of our writers pick their favourite holiday reads that provide the perfect distraction from…
Sam Pegg reviews the latest novel set in the Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins
Katie Evans discusses the life and work of actor Sir Ian McKellen.
Jack Nicholas Brandon delves into the life and times of American fiction writer and poet Alexander Chee.
The 2010s saw a range of novels hit our shelves, but which ones were the best? Vicky Greer reads between the lines.
Vicky Greer looks at the career of Donna Tartt, author of The Goldfinch
Everyone has their favourite fictional place, and several writers from The Edge talk about theirs.
Stuck for things to do in lockdown? Our Edge writers give some literature recommendations