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.
March's reading, including another cracker from Influx Press, the sparkling wit of Saga and the unpleasant truths of North American Lake Monsters.
Our reading for February, including dystopias, parallel lives, the King of Gonzo and the truth about the Flying Dutchman.
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.
November's reading, including tricksters, hackers and acute nicotine withdrawal.
What George and Gary have been reading in October – stories of lost twins, occult rituals gone wrong, the horrors of racism, Dante, and more.
What do publishers read when summer is drawing to a close, and the evenings grow short? Inspirational essays by migrants, tales of golems and memory loss, illuminated manuscripts and the bleak UK crime stories, of course!
Gary and George share what they've been reading this month, including a first visit to Bas Lag, Chris Packham, Nina Allan, and abusrdist anti-journalism.
Is it possible to have a hero without any desires, or ego?