Hip Hop Connection, which ran from 1988 to 2009, gave MCs in the UK a platform to discover their voice.
The groundbreaking author of Paul Takes The Form of a Mortal Girl talks about writing, activism, and their experiences growing up queer.
Fitzcarraldo Editions are the stylish, innovative publishing house that puts authors before books – creating an environment where they can grow, and prosper, together.
You’d be forgiven for thinking the print publishing industry was on its last legs. In fact, the modern landscape is full of possibility.
Published between 1978 and 1996, Staffrider introduced a sense of unity that was nationally outlawed. Here, the people who made it happen reflect on its significance.
Described as the ‘the love child of Verso and Faber’, Repeater Books is an exciting new voice in left-wing literature – revolutionising the tired world of cultural theory and criticism.
OWN IT! is a ‘storytelling lifestyle brand’ that blends traditional publishing with digital innovations and integrated live shows, creating a space where art meets activism.
After struggling to find a publisher for his images, photographer Stephen Leslie discovered Unbound – a UK organisation giving power back to writers.
Based on a back street in Liverpool, Dead Ink is bringing a breath of fresh Northern air to a stale, London-obsessed publishing scene.
Founded in 2012, Jacaranda Books is bringing black culture to mainstream publishing, providing a space for writers that ‘cross racial, gender and cultural boundaries.’
From sex work and sordid confessionals, to contemporary art and cult comics: we round up the most boundary-breaking independent publications.
Tabloids regularly publish covers that seem to defame, but they get away with it. Huck lawyer Alex Wade explores the line separating free speech and libel.