Seb’s beautiful, beloved wife Leda has been killed by a swan. And so begins the premise of Strange Heart Beating, the debut novel from Eli Goldstone. Former prose editor of Cadaverine and current Editorial Manager here at Run Riot, Eli’s novel will be published by Granta on 4th May, and this week, she’s our Guest Editor.
Dash’s Revolution17 is all kicking off this month.
It’s taken a few years to get going.
Livia Franchini and Sean P Haughton
From left to right: The Convention co-founders Henry Porter, Rebecca Ashton, and producer Julien Planté
From When Two Worlds Collide, as part of the selection of this year's UK Green Film Festival
Back for 2017 with another bevy of stunning titles from around the world, UK Green Film Festival (UKGFF) arrives in cinemas next month, with climate change, food and resources front and centre of its concerns.
Kit Caless is a writer, broadcaster and co-founder and editor of independent publisher, Influx Press. He created the cult blog Wetherspoons Carpets, a photographic record of the carpets unique to Spoons pubs up and down the country, which has been turned into a book. He is also fiction editor at Minor Literatures.
“Within that ordinary space were hidden the building blocks of the universe”: Susan Eyre on Laboratory of Dark Matters
“We crammed into a narrow container, descending the shaft for seven long minutes into blackness before arriving in a hot and dusty subterranean world.” Photo taken of a particle trail from a test run by the Laboratory of Dark Matters.
Strap in for this one, as artist Susan Eyre takes us on a journey that wouldn’t sound out of place in the best Doctor Who episodes, but is in, fact, entirely factual.
Photo credit: Bodham Cap