Warren Pleece’s three intertwined stories explore Scotland’s history of slavery.
Thompson’s immense knowledge of his subject lends Casanova in Paris a genuine sense of authenticity.
Matthew Brown’s introspective journey through the practice is an authentic and engaging oddity.
Pratap Chatterjee’s account of post-9/11 electronic surveillance and the military-industrial comple, brought to life by cartoonist Khalil.
Miguel Gallardo breaks down stigmas surrounding autism via his 12 year-old daughter, Maria.
Ramin Abhari’s faithful and engaging account of the 1974 Flixborough disaster.