“Black-Eyed Women” by Viet Thanh Nguyen posted on 05 Feb 2017
The Electric lit website has published Viet Thanh Nguyen's short story, introduced by Akhil Sharma.
Picture Books Matter In An Inclusive Society posted on 30 Nov 2016
A short slide presentation prepared for Early Years practitioners that examines the crucial role of children's picture books as a resource ..
Spotlight on…Karen Argent, Director of The Letterpress Project posted on 15 Nov 2016
Spotlight on…Karen Argent, Director of The Letterpress Project ( This interview has been published in the Nursery World magazine November 2016 )
Roald Dahl : The Man Who Believed In Magic posted on 03 Nov 2016
Roald Dahl : The Man Who Believed In Magic
A selection of recommended books for children that include stories about asylum seekers and refugees from around the world : Update posted on 29 Sep 2016
Back in January of this year we published a list of children's books dealing with issues of refugees and asylum seekers which proved to be very popular
Ebb and Flow: Advances and Retreats in the Battle to Make Children’s Books more Inclusive and Diverse posted on 05 Sep 2016
I’m very happy to be described as a writer, publisher and campaigner
Stories For Every Classroom: Canadian Fiction Portraying Characters With Disabilities posted on 14 Jun 2016
If you are not a Canadian reader, don’t be put off this fabulous resource by what seems to be its geographical specificity.
The End Of The End Of The World by Jonathan Franzen posted on 19 May 2016
The New Yorker has published an article by Jonathan Franzen subtitled An uncle’s legacy and a journey to Antartica
'Kinsella In His Hole' by Hilary Mantel posted on 13 May 2016
The London review of Books (LRB) website has published a new and original short story from the award-winning novelist, Hilary Mantel
The Communist Party in Literature posted on 27 Apr 2016
Andy Croft was born in 1956 in Cheshire. He went to Nottingham University and taught Literature and Creative Writing