❉ We review ATB’s latest anthology, celebrating fifty years of Star Trek.
❉ We chat with Jason Arnopp, whose novel ‘The Last Days of Jack Sparks’ was hailed by Alan Moore as a “magnificent millennial nightmare”.
❉ This month sees the 25th anniversary of Freddie Mercury’s death, as we review the latest biography of the iconic showman.
❉ Lyndsy Spence’s biography of socialite and sexual libertine Doris Delevingne, great aunt of Cara.
❉ We review Simon Matthews’ magical history tour of Swinging Sixties British cinema.
❉ Think you know the man who was the Fifth Doctor? Peter Davison’s witty and candid autobiography may surprise you.
❉ A new biography of 1930s film star Carole Lombard, from The History Press, has just been released.
❉ The centenary of Margaret Lockwood, one of Britain’s most successful film stars, is marked with an in-depth biography.
❉ Musician Lol Tolhurst’s memoir charts the creation of The Cure, and his descent into alcohol and substance abuse.