❉ Miki Berenyi’s autobiography is brutally honest, funny, moving and well-written, writes James Collingwood.
❉ The sixtieth Black Archive examines the foundations and influences of 1977’s The Sun Makers, writes Don Klees.
❉ ‘Wyatt tells the Truth about the Wallscrawler. About Pex, Kangs, Rezzies, Caretakers. So many others. So many lives. So many secrets.’
❉ It’s likely that this is the only book of 2022 whose supporting cast includes both Arthur Koestler and The Bee Gees, writes Graham Williamson.
❉ Obverse Books have announced their schedule of new Black Archive books for 2022-23.
❉ This collection demonstrates that Kneale was remarkably talented at crafting short stories, writes Andrew Screen.
❉ ‘Jaunt’ author Andy Davidson on bringing the Tomorrow People’s story up to date.
❉ James Collingwood catches up with the musician and pop historian to chat about his most recent book.
❉ Covering two controversial Doctor Who stories, Obverse Books’ latest brace of Black Archive titles form a fascinating duet, writes Graham Williamson.
❉ Ace Records’ resident pop historian lovingly chronicles the entire pre-rock’n’roll era of modern music, writes James Collingwood.