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Edge-Lit 4 – Complete Line Up

by Peter Ray Allisonon 06/03/2015
The line-up for the fourth Edge-Lit, the UK’s greatest science fiction, fantasy and horror literature convention, has now been announced. Described as “an essential day out for any writer or reader of science-fiction, fantasy or horror”, Edge-Lit 4 brings together a range of writing talent for a superb series of panels, readings and workshops, as […]

The Book is Always Better – Great Literature We Think Should Get The Hollywood Treatment

by TheWookieon 20/02/2015
Books. We love books. According to Forbes.com, consumers spend $5.25 Billion annually on Amazon.com just on books. E-books accounted for just 30% of all book sales. That’s a lot of dough, but they could make so much more off of these ideas. Now, do you remember the first novel you ever read? Probably not if […]

Isometrics: What Is Literary Gaming Anyway?

by David Roseon 29/01/2014
After trying to get around to it for so long, It is time to actually explain what on earth it means to be “literary” about gaming… Welcome to Isometrics, a magnanimous meta-commentary on the synapse-sparking literary world of computer and video games. For the last month and a half I have been doing these Isometrics […]

Isometrics: Ride to Hell: Retribution and the bizarre appeal of the giftedly bad

by David Roseon 08/01/2014
Welcome to Isometrics, a sweeping sibilant stare at the literary world of gaming, although it may take a little time to justify it’s ‘literary’ qualities, simply because I’m talking the worst game in recent memory and what is commonly described as one of the worst games of all time: Ride to Hell Retribution. It is […]