Back to school? How to get your novel published

In the last in our series Birkbeck’s creative writing tutor and author Jonathan Kemp talks plot, structure, confidence – and rejection

29 Sep 2016

39

shares

Boudicca isn’t buried beneath Platform 10 at King’s Cross

In an extract from his new book, ‘Everything You Know About London is Wrong’, Matt Brown tells us why this legend is pure local hokum

24 Aug 2016

39

shares

Without Trace: why you always remember the bad reviews

Screenwriter turned author Simon Booker on the perils of unleashing a debut novel into the online stratosphere

28 Jul 2016

39

shares

MUST DO: Shakespeare in Ten Acts (…and Punk)

This is the summer show for even the most bardophobic newcomer

28 Jun 2016

39

shares

Why the Word on the Water bookbarge is now a permanent fixture

Jonathan Privett tells Clare Hand about his fight to remain on the canal in King’s Cross. And why books are better from being under threat

21 Jun 2016

39

shares

Review: Foretold by Thunder, by Ed Davey

The Dolphin pub in King’s Cross is central to the plot of an addictive new thriller, says Tim Sowula

27 Oct 2015

39

shares

Review: To Kill a Mockingbird, Barbican theatre

Emma Bull caught one of the last ever London performances of the wildly acclaimed play of Harper Lee’s classic novel

29 Jul 2015

39

shares

Just what is the Knowledge Quarter?

Modern day King’s Cross is a hotbed for creating and sharing all manner of information. As we’re the new publication devoted to the neighbourhood, isn’t it high time we learnt some more?

18 May 2015

39

shares

Canal Knowledge: #2, Jonathan Privett, Word on the Water

In this new weekly series we meet different folk who’ve made their home afloat. This week – the floating bookshop owner

01 Apr 2015

39

shares

Why we love #3: Word on the Water

The wandering bookman is currently anchored at the bottom of the steps off Granary Square. But be quick, he’ll be on the move again soon

13 Feb 2015

39

shares