'When monsters in horror movies roar grotesquely into view, it’s often the revelation that they’ve been there all along that’s the big scare. It’s a powerful trope: the axe murderer is locked in the house with you, the bomb is in the attic. We have always known that the US military do
You can watch Emmanuel Olympitis in conversation with Rupert Fairfax at a recent event here. They discuss Emmanuel's life and the writing of Marked Cards. Get your copy of the book here today.
In 2011 we published political essay Time for Outrage! by Stephane Hessel. Now there's an exhibition at the Kunstpalast Düsseldorf named after the essay. You can read about the exhibition here.
Quartet author and psychotherapist Jane Haynes is on Times Radio now. Listen up here.
Nicola Madge has written a piece about lockdown dogs for the Psychology Today blog. You can read the article here. Nicola Madge is the co-author of Sixty Somethings. Get your c
Quartet author Venetia Welby’s short story The Bar by the Sea is published on The London Magazine online…
“Men marry women they think will never change, she’d said to him once in that bar by the sea. Go on, he replied, expecting an explanation, waiting for a way in. None came, of course…”
We’re delighted Quartet author Venetia Welby’s short story Th
‘This is such an entertaining book especially if you did not live through that decade, or like Grace and I were only children. The fashion of Biba, Mary Quant, Ossie Clark, gamine models like Twiggy, the liberating contraceptive pill, hippies, protests and those geometric hai
We’re delighted to announce that Major/Minor by Alba Arikha is now an opera called Blue Electric which will be at the Playground Theatre next week. You can read more details about it here. Alba A
Emmanuel Olympitis is interviewed on his new book Marked Cards on BBC Wiltshire on 21st October. You can listen to part one of the interview here. Part two of the interview was on BBC Wiltshire on 22nd October, which you can l