Review: Wound

Review: Wound

Richard Scott can make what was considered seedy into a thing of beauty, he can take violence and spin it into verse that both hurts and stuns. His poetry captures the essence of what it means to be gay, and to be an artist, and how those things work in conjunction. It shows what it [...]

Review: Real Man Adventures

Review: Real Man Adventures

In his first ‘memoir’, T Cooper explores his life from every angle. His own, his wife’s, his brother's, his friend’s parents, his parents, societies, the town he lives in, the police, the media, and so on. This is a genre-bending ‘memoir’ that compiles together essays, lists, interviews, transcripts, and images to create a cross-examination of [...]