About his experience as a broadcaster, about the Gothic aspects of working for the BBC at the time of the Iron Curtain; about mystic and scientific experiments with sound and memory; about the literary tradition of depicting monsters and how his own Soviet past has been absorbed into the fabric of his new novel.
A 3-day festival of World Writing, journalist and director of the European Literature Network Rosie (The Riveter) Goldsmith, hosts an evening of curated readings with 10 acclaimed writers of international literature.
A new book of horror, fun, unexpected adventure and disaster by Mike Diana. Recent cartoons and drawings with some rare findings from Mike’s archive. All that on strong paper you can hardly rip by crumpling with laughter or shaking in fear.
Fiction and specific events, real and imaginary characters or objects, historical styles and trends, ideas, signs, symbols and images in paintings and drawings of Uroš Đurić, entrancing Serbian artist, representantive of "autonomy" movement