Louise Chase discusses Downton Abbey’s well-rounded pilot.
Neil Gaiman? Haven’t heard of him, where have you been the past 30 years?
From Shakespeare to Greek Classics, because who doesn’t love a good dramatic tragedy?
As we come to the end of spooky season, some of our writers talk everything spooky and ghostly.
Kubla Khan – Samuel Taylor Coleridge Kubla Khan is a transcription of a dream-vision Samuel…
Louise Chase recaps the career and success of Lauren Schmidt Hissrich.
Elizabeth Sorrell shows us what we can expect from the first socially distant performance at the Chichester Theatre.
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.
Maddie Lock walks through the representation of black women in fantasy and sci-fi.
Emily Dennis defends the most celebrated genre of all time and explains how it unites the masses.
Fantasy is one of the most popular genres, but how is it presented on stage and where do we get our visions and images from?
Morgan McMillan recaps why the pilot of Grey’s Anatomy works so well.