Sam Pegg shares his collection of Autumn reads and why they make the season extra enjoyable.
Louise Chase brings light to the origins of ‘Phantom of the Opera’.
Elizabeth Sorrell tells us about the tragic tale of My Sweet Orange Tree that was originally written in Portuguese.
Alex Read takes us through Mikhail Bulgakov’s satirical novel that was published posthumously.
Sophie Young takes us through the popularity and cultural phenomena of the ‘epic’ and the classic Greek tale The Odyssey and its feminist retellings.
Classic Culture Olivia Dellar introduces you to your brand new favourite comic.
Richard Osman, known for his prime-time quiz shows, has delved into the world of whodunnit crime novels – Becky Davies tells us more.
Neil Gaiman? Haven’t heard of him, where have you been the past 30 years?
As we come to the end of spooky season, some of our writers talk everything spooky and ghostly.
Kay Miller takes us through the life and career of African Writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, and shows her for the queen she is.
Some of our writers and committee members talk about their favourite fantasy writers and why they’re the ultimate fantasy creator.
Emily Dennis defends the most celebrated genre of all time and explains how it unites the masses.
Classic Culture editor Olivia Dellar shares thoughts on one of the most loved fantasy authors new, unexpected novellas.
Kay Miller sings praise for BBC adaptation of Middlemarch, which blurs the lines between adaptations and original.