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Harley Quinn: No Good Dead by Stephanie Phillips, Riley Rossmo, Laura Braga and Jay Leisten from DC Comics

Harley Quinn: No Good Dead by Stephanie Phillips, Riley Rossmo, Laura Braga and Jay Leisten DC Comics, pb £11.76 Reviewed by Sarah Deeming Harley Quinn is back in Gotham, and this time she means business. The Joker has vanished and left a hoard of clown thugs without direction or goal.… Read More »Harley Quinn: No Good Dead by Stephanie Phillips, Riley Rossmo, Laura Braga and Jay Leisten from DC Comics

Mr Breakfast by Jonathon Carroll from @melvillehouse

Mr Breakfast by Jonathon Carroll Melville House Publishing, HB, £20.00 Reviewed by Rym Kechacha Describing a book as a philosophical novel of ideas might induce dread in some. You might be thinking about info dumps, quotations from obscure German thinkers, and confusingly mind-bending problems you’ve never considered before, but Mr… Read More »Mr Breakfast by Jonathon Carroll from @melvillehouse

EMILY WILDE’S ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF FAERIES by Heather Fawcett from @orbitbooks

EMILY WILDE’S ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF FAERIES by Heather Fawcett. Orbit Books. h/b. £14.99. Reviewed by Elloise Hopkins. Professor Emily Wilde was, in fact, the youngest professor to have been appointed to Cambridge University, where she has happily spent her years researching and documenting the various courtly and common faerie folk around… Read More »EMILY WILDE’S ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF FAERIES by Heather Fawcett from @orbitbooks

February Online Event

Last year’s online event days were so much fun that we decided to keep doing them! Join us on Saturday 18th February for a day full of panels, readings, interviews and fun, all via zoom. Further details will be announced soon. Tickets are free to members and £5 for everyone… Read More »February Online Event