20 March 2023
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel: Mamma Mia for pensioners...?
Inspired by the award winning film, this inspiring tale of friendship, family and romance proves it’s never too late to take the leap and break free from the confines of a lifelong comfort zone.
14 February 2023
My Monticello by Jocelyn Nicole Johnson
My Monticello by Jocelyn Nicole Johnson is a riveting novella that explores the complexities of race and power.
23 January 2023
Non-Binary representation in film, TV, theatre and literature
A look at just some of the pioneering representations of non-binary people on TV, film, stage, and in literature.
11 October 2022
This Place is Still Beautiful by XiXi Tian
This Place is Still Beautiful is a deeply moving novel about racism, family, and sisterhood.
5 October 2022
Best Black reads of 2022 so far
A list of great Black literature released in 2022 so far...
14 July 2022
The poetics of ‘Skylight’: A different kidnapping story
Written by Kelly Simmons, Skylight brings readers into the mind of its captive protagonist as she reflects on her past naivety and society at large.
28 June 2022
‘Christmas Under the Stars’- Not unputdownable, but easy to pick up again.
Written by Karen Swann, romantic and deliciously descriptive, isolation, deceit and escapism are subtly woven through this plot which explores heartbreak and what it is to truly live your life.
24 February 2022
Hajra Bibi | TrinityTalent 2021
TrinityTalent celebrates Arts Award achiever Hajra for Leadership.
26 December 2021
Good To Know: How was A Clockwork Orange’s iconic cover designed?
Discover the designer behind the novel’s iconic cover
9 December 2021 – 17 February 2022
Northern Writers Awards applications are now open!
If you love to write fiction, short stories, poetry, non-fiction or manuscripts then check out the Northern Writers Awards!!
27 September 2021 – 6 October 2021
Publishing Assistant job vacancy
If you're interested in working as a publisher then this could be the perfect opportunity for you!
14 September 2021 – 17 September 2021
Job Opportunity! Book assistant to Rowan Lawton and Philippa Milnes-Smith
A great opportunity for anyone passionate about books and has knowledge in areas such as Current trends, Pop culture, Current affairs and The arts!
22 August 2021
Review: The Sweetness of Water by Nathan Harris
In The Sweetness of Water, Nathan Harris offers his readers a gorgeous exploration of race, emancipation, grief, and sexuality.
12 July 2021
Dune: The Legacy of Frank Herbert’s Sci Fi classic
A look into why Dune has captured the hearts and minds of generations and has stood the test of time.
23 May 2021
A focus on Hungarian literature, recommended by a native
Having noticed the lack of representation when it comes to translated literature in the mainstream media, I took it upon myself to compile a short list of Hungarian book recommendations.
17 May 2021 – 31 July 2021
New literary magazine 'the other side of hope' call for submissions
New literary magazine edited by immigrants and refugees, 'the other side of hope' has opened submissions for writers from the same community.
14 May 2021
A review of Maggie Butt's poetry collection 'everlove'
A reflective collection of poetry, Maggie Butt’s everlove examines ideas of displacement and the self, exploring them both on a personal and wider scale.
10 May 2021
The superpower of reading celebrated by authors Alex Wheatle and Derek Owusu
Brent Culture Service held a Black British Novels event, in which award-winning authors Alex Wheatle, Derek Owusu and Alex Pascall spoke freely about the barriers of literature.