story by Charles Dickens
A strange fairytale of a Prince named Bull.
review by Rebecca Delphine
A review of the classic dystopian science fiction novel Brave New World by Aldous Huxley.
poem by Luke Edley
Don’t be fooled by illusions – a doctor who is good at making a diagnosis but bad at prescribing a cure is still a bad doctor.
essay by David Chitty
Sometimes, as writers, we need to lose sight of the shore and swim further out to sea to find new horizons.
essay by L R Griff
A series exploring storytelling techniques. This essay looks at self-fulfilling prophecy as a plot device and how to use it.
essay by David Grimstone
To succeed as a writer requires an ability to cope with a lot of frustration, but Sir Terry Pratchett can help with that.
story by A.S. Olivier
A slice of Gothic flash fiction set in Thanet.