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For Pleasure or Production: My Unproduced Audio Drama Scripts Made Available

It turns out I have four audio drama scripts that have never been produced for one reason or another. Rather than let them fester and wither and fade and gently whimper in my laptop, I decide to introduce them to world. 76 more words

Audio Drama

All I want for Christmas (is a sack load of bookish booty)

The most wonderful time of the year is just around the corner and I am already feeling festive. One of my favourite pre-Christmas activities is searching the internet for the book-themed gifts I would love to find wrapped under the tree, addressed to me. 266 more words


The Book, The Trend and The Wardrobe

As Sir Paul Smith said in an inspirational speech at 2013’s Vogue Festival, “You can find inspiration in everything; if you can’t you’re not looking properly.”  For this majorly successful English fashion designer this inspiration comes in the form of decorative wallpapers, abstractly-structured furniture and the Chelsea Flower Show.   1,248 more words

Bram Stoker

in which i visit an imagined place

My first night in Geneva, I was lying in a stranger’s bedroom, reading Mary Shelley on my phone, and hovering on the edges of a panic attack. 901 more words

A Flash of Lightning

A Tattered Page [* citation needed.] is a new event celebrating books. For each round designers create a new, exclusive design inspired by an assigned book. 410 more words

New Release

Frankenstein • a review

In an astonishing turn of events after seeing the Mary Shelley exhibit in New York Public Library two years ago, never did I think I’d see a production of her prized work. 481 more words