February is LGBT History Month in the UK. I’ve written an article about how far we’ve come, and how much work there is still to do, for Standard Issue magazine. You can read it here.
It’s been an incredible five months judging this year’s Green Carnation Prize, a prize that celebrates the best books published in the UK by authors who identify as LGBT. We’ve read autobiographies, memoir, short stories, historical and contemporary novels, fiction… Read More ›
I interviewed the lovely Catherine Hall a second time, for brilliant new online magazine Standard Issue. Do read the interview here, and of course buy Catherine’s latest novel, The Repercussions (or either of her previous two; I can wholeheartedly recommend them all). You can… Read More ›
The shortlist for The Green Carnation Prize has been announced! After many hours of passionate debate, considering each and every one of the brilliant longlisted titles anew, my fellow judges and I eventually managed to decide on a really strong,… Read More ›