Wendy French enthuses about a prize-winning first collection by Gillie Robic
Wendy French commends a serious and significant chapbook collection from Paul Stephenson
Wendy French recognises the heartfelt experience behind a very personal poetry collection from Avril Chester
Wendy French praises the eye for detail that reveals itself through Sue MacIntyre’s poetry
Wendy French is enthusiastic about an ancient Greek sailor’s navigation log being given a poetic update by Leslie Saunders
Wendy French is pleased to find that a themed anthology from Emma Press successfully does what it sets out to do
Here’s a new film not to be missed from the BAFTA nominated directors of ‘Black Pond,’ Will Sharpe and Tom Kingsley. The film was first shown at the beginning of May 2016 at PictureHouse Central, Piccadilly as part of the London Comedy Film Festival, which promoted the film as being: filled with wit, melancholy and surreal breath-taking images. It’s one of the boldest and most beautiful British films in years.