Palatinate Books takes a look at some of the greatest writers: Beatrix Potter, Ted Hughes, Simon Armitage, the Brontës and Jen Campbell - each who came from the North of England.
In this empowering call to arms, Sarpong tackles the question of whether it is possible to live without prejudice.
Francis Sinclair looks at the RSC’s 2015 production of Othello which featured the first black actor to play Iago.
Harper Lee’s ’To Kill a Mockingbird’ has recently been banned by a school in the USA; Rhianna Cameron explores why.
From vivid terror to Gothic masterpiece – some reads to get you in the mood for Halloween...
Helena Chung examines Kazuo Ishiguro's ability to "dive deep into the subconscious of characters and to translate the ambiguity of memory into simple yet beautiful language".
Palatinate Books explore what it means to be a female poet in the 21st century.