Welcome to the ‘Interzone’
As we re-release Tangier: City of the Dream, Iain Finlayson returns to Tangier for the first time in 20 years, and reflects on the city’s history and enduring allure.
In the last thirty years of his life, Leo Tolstoy developed a moral philosophy that embraced, amongst other things, vegetarianism. But how did Tolstoy’s stance compare to the wider vegetarian movement of the late-nineteenth century?
In their own words, the literary figures who have defined an island.
Unearthing the forgotten heroines of the great Arabian tales.
Perseus in the Wind is the latest instalment in our Freya Stark Collection, and for those less familiar with her travel writing this personal and revealing account is perhaps the perfect introduction.
Have literary and cultural imagings between France and Iran since the Islamic Revolution overcome the processes of othering?
Helen Hackett recounts the ground-breaking moment when Christopher Marlowe announced himself on the world’s stage.
Mark Atherton explores The Hobbit and its relationship with the much over-looked trend of literary myth during the Great War.
Gareth Evans & Mai Kataoka.
Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Gregory L. Reece, author of Creatures of the Night, traces the origins of the Gothic novel and the emergence of the vampire in popular culture.