Aprils reading, including management training for ghosts, Sudanese-Egyptian family dramas and how we write about the death of a loved one.
George talks to Anne Charnock about the 2084 anthology, George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four and what we get from dystopian fiction.
On 4th April, we returned, with old friends and new, to the Star of Kings for Unsung Live. This 8th instalment took place on the birthdays of an impressive set of people, including Dan Simmons, Maya Angelou and Andrei Tarkovsky. It was also the day Winston Smith starts his diary in George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four, for anyone following our Kickstarter for 2084.
March's reading, including another cracker from Influx Press, the sparkling wit of Saga and the unpleasant truths of North American Lake Monsters.
You know that thing where a publisher goes about something in complete silence, not telling a soul, and then suddenly springs a new book that looks just so damn tasty that you have to click on the cover and find out what it’s all about?
Our reading for February, including dystopias, parallel lives, the King of Gonzo and the truth about the Flying Dutchman.
As winter hightailed it out of the city, and lighter evenings started their slow creep into the year, Unsung Stories once again cracked out the microphone and teased more authors out of their sanctuaries...
What we've been reading in January. Including creation myths, several shades of noir and the wilderness.
It's that time of the year again, where George and Gary reduce a year's reading into just 5 highlights. May contain some cheating about how we count to 5.
Thanks to everyone who came down to the sixth instalment of Unsung Live last night at The Star of Kings for another night showcasing some of the best in contemporary speculative short fiction.