Robert Eggleton has penned a delicious article explaining the political elements of his book and the poetic licence he, as a satirist, has taken in creating his characters (including Mr. Prump and Mr. Rump).
The ebook edition of Nicola Field’s Over the Rainbow: Money, Class and Homophobia is available now.
An intergalactic handbook for entrepreneurs, a tree-hugger with death-defying significance, characters so believable, so funny, so astonishingly human (and not) it hurts.
Next month, you’ll be able to get your hands on a copy of Nicola Field’s Over the Rainbow and attend one of her exciting launch events. But, if you just can’t wait until then to find out what will be in store, here’s a sneak peek at the table of contents of this ground-breaking new [...]
Nicola Field’s ground-breaking book, Over the Rainbow: Money, Class and Homophobia, will be republished in Autumn 2016. There will be three launch events taking place in Manchester, Nottingham and London. Details below. Over the Rainbow is a detailed political analysis of the material roots of homophobia in class society. Written at a time when commercialisation of the [...]
Rarity of the Hollow by Robert Eggleton has received numerous fantastic reviews in recent months. It is a children’s story for adults: a piece of science fiction filled with tragedy, humour and satire. Not one for the faint-hearted or those with easily ruffled feathers, Eggleton’s novel takes the reader on an emotional journey. Reviews and interviews with [...]
Robert Eggleton’s book Rarity from the Hollow has been making waves online!
Nicola Field of Lesbians & Gays Support the Miners republishes her seminal book Over the Rainbow: Money, Class and Homophobia.
Nicola Field is an original member of the groups Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners and Lesbians Against Pit Closures, whose true story was featured in the hit film Pride. An author, artist and socialist activist, she has written extensively on LGBT+ and other campaigning issues over the past 35 years and is a regular reviewer for Socialist Review.
The first review of Douglas Thompson’s Volwys and Other Stories is in – and it’s great!