❉ The centenary of Margaret Lockwood, one of Britain’s most successful film stars, is marked with an in-depth biography.
❉ Obverse Books’ Black Archive series puts another Doctor Who serial under the microscope: This time, 1982’s ‘Black Orchid’.
❉ Candy Jar Books have reprinted Philip Martin’s novelisation of the classic gritty 1970s British drama, ‘Gangsters’.
❉What do Ladybird Books reveal about who we are, how we dream and how we live in the age of irony?
❉ We review the first two titles in this exciting new series, ‘Martin’ and ‘Theatre of Blood’.
❉ Musician Lol Tolhurst’s memoir charts the creation of The Cure, and his descent into alcohol and substance abuse.
❉ A new book takes a serious look at the Monkees’ significance as a pop culture phenomenon, and the legacy of their cult movie ‘Head’.
❉ We review Rudi Esch’s eyewitness account of how the Düsseldorf electronic scene developed from 1970 to 1986.
❉ Electric Dreamhouse, a new film imprint in conjunction with PS Publishing, at FantasyCon today.
❉ We Are Cult chats to the creators of ‘Whographica’, a new Doctor Who book, which uses infographics to explore the universe of Doctor Who.