Monthly Archives: July 2015

YA Gets Graphic!

I think I may have discovered my new favourite genre: the hybrid YA/graphic novel. Although I need to coin a catchier name. Cominovs? Yaphics? As graphic novels, comics and manga become embedded in the teen psyche it seems that teen characters … Continue reading

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New Stories for Old

Fairy-tale, myth and re-visioning the classics at the RSL at Somerset House, chaired by Marina Warner on the hottest day of the year so far with Natalie Haynes, Helen Oyeyemi & Dubravka Ugrešić  discussing their respective works. You can find a … Continue reading

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