Robert Pratley introduces you to Snicket’s quirky novels ahead of the Netflix series.
With the new Star Wars films rendering much of the old expanded universe obsolete, writer Eleanor Joyce gives her verdict on the strangest content to have been licensed by George Lucas.
Sophie McEvoy reviews the astounding, yet true, story of how the popular game came into existence.
Culture Editor James Barker introduces you to the world of Mortal Engines, ahead of Peter Jackson’s upcoming adaptation of the books saga.
Features Editor Rehana introduces the world to the Literary Web Series genre; an inventive modern take on classic literature.
As part of the Edge’s KingFest, Rebecca James takes a look at one of Stephen King’s most interesting works, Misery.
Caleb Hinton takes a look at some of Stephen King’s best monsters, in honour of The Edge’s KingFest.
Rebecca James takes a look at some of Stephen King’s lesser known novels.
As part of The Edge’s KingFest, Sophie McEvoy examines the King of Horror – Stephen King himself.
Rebecca James reviews the new Tudor novel from bestseller Philippa Gregory, focusing on the life of Queen Margaret of Scotland.
Writer Tash introduces Bright Lights Big City in a wonderfully twisting Hidden Gem piece to test the mind.
This Week in Culture (27/8/16-3/9/16) sees Jenna Coleman step out of the TARDIS and onto Queen Victoria’s throne.