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Author Archives: Nukapai

I learned to write before I could read and my first story was published when I was only 9 years old. I'm interested in a range of topics - particularly in science fiction, fantasy, horror, illustration, cosmetics industry, consumer psychology, marketing and perfumery. I keep a personal blog at

Graphic Novel Review: ‘The Leaning Girl’ by François Schuiten and Benoît Peeters


The first of an internationally acclaimed graphic novel series is translated into English. Read More »

Interview: Marie Brennan, Author of A Natural History of Dragons

A talk with the former academic and author of fantasy novels, the latest of which is A Natural History of Dragons. Read More »

Book Review: A Natural History of Dragons: A Memoir by Lady Trent by Marie Brennan

Isabella is obsessed with dragons. Her tomboyish antics and unwavering determination lead to a life full of them. Read More »

Book Review: Creative Illustration by Andrew Loomis

If you already know how to draw and want to develop your skills further, this book is for you. Read More »

It’s Not Social Work, It’s a Game: Diary of an Oasis Game Participant

Achieving social change in new ways: read what happened when the OASIS game was played in the UK for the first time. Read More »

Book Review: The Unexpected Miss Bennet by Patrice Sarath

Have you longed to take just one more turn in the grounds of Pemberley, or just another peek at Rosings? Read More »

Book Review: Paper Children: An Immigrant’s Legacy by Marcia Fine

The title Paper Children is rather appropriate for the wrong reasons. Read More »

Book Review: The Method Method by Eric Ryan and Adam Lowry with Lucas Conley

A must-read for new start-ups. Read More »

Are Public Libraries Obsolete?: The Shelf Life of a “Dream Vision”

A good library is worth saving and a bad one is worth improving because when libraries work, they offer us much more than books on paper. Read More »

TV Review: Beauty Addicts: How Toxic Are You?

A UK television documentary is full of misinformation and missed opportunity. Read More »