Terrorist attacks in the West have only one goal - to spread hate. Don't let the terrorists win by falling into their trap.
Even in the face of ever growing social issues governments have few problems keeping control? Cultural hegemony may provide an answer and reveal how we are complicit in helping maintain the status quo
Since people started putting quill to parchment they have been writing about the darkest futures imaginable. Here are ten great dystopian novels everybody should read.
The story of a girl who rebels when she loses everything - with an introduction discussing the difficulty of writing flash fiction.
Here are ten literary writing techniques which will add flavour and texture to your words, with some helpful tips of how and when to use them.
Fundamentalism and fascism are both relatively new phenomena responding to globalisation and modernity but to what degree are the two related?
As writers we have a burning love for our completed first drafts; but to make that love endure we need to edit our work to hell and back to ensure that it has the best chance of inspiring readers.
An exploration of why as a writer sometimes it is important to write about why you write.
The term flash fiction was first coined in the nineteen nineties describing very short fiction but it has existed by other names much longer. Here we will take a look at what makes flash fiction work.
Digital surveillance is one of the biggest threats to our civil liberties in the Western World. Here we discuss how the UKs Camera Code of Conduct does little to protect these liberties.
The BBC is under threat from neo-liberal forces and the current UK government, but we should defend the licence fee and the provision of high quality public service broadcasting.