❉ 30 not out! Another indispensible essay from The Black Archive.
❉ ‘What Do You Call That Noise?’ corners the what’s, how’s and why’s of what made XTC ecstatic.
❉ Brian ‘Limmy’ Limond’s memoir is an extraordinary, raw read, writes Andy Murray.
❉ Leonard Cohen’s ouvre defied convention, and this is no ordinary biography, writes Eoghan Lyng.
❉ This is the book that bares all about one man’s colourful life of sex and drugs and men and movies in London from the swinging 60s to current day.
❉ Haringsma’s essay on this divisive story leaves no paving slab unturned, writes Nick Mellish.
❉ Fred McNamara’s indie comic book roundup returns with his pick of titles for look out for in 2019.
❉ Titan’s Guides hark back delightfully to a less busy era of beyond-the-screen backstory.
❉ The debut novel from World Of Crap’s Jenny Morrill is beautifully ranty and viciously funny.
❉ What new is there to say about the Eighth Doctor’s debut? Nick Mellish parties like it’s 1999… or 1996…