Laura Kay sits down with Vada Magazine to discuss the importance of queer representation in fiction, her writing process, and the impact of shame, ahead of the publication of her second novel, Tell Me Everything.
Hadley Stewart sits down with author Chris McCrudden to discuss his latest book, Sashay to the Centre of the Earth, the third in his Battlestar Suburbia sci-fi series.
Hadley Stewart sits down with the actor Lee Knight to discuss his run with Sir Ian McKellen at Windsor’s Theatre Royal, and how he wants to help the next generation of actors get into the industry.
Hadley Stewart sits down with Adam Zmith to discuss his book Deep Sniff, an exploration of the history of poppers, queer culture and liberation.
Hadley Stewart lunches with employment lawyer Kevin Poulter, to reflect on his busiest year yet, the legalities of furlough, and how our relationship with work has changed.
We go back to school as part of our Out at Work series, with physics teacher Sarah Dowd. She shares her career milestones and gives an insight into a week in the life of a teacher.
Hadley Stewart speaks to activist Lewis Oakley about how he is attempting to bring greater visibility to bisexuality – a sexuality that he argues has been disregarded for too long.
As part of Vada’s Out at Work series, we meet Just Like Us CEO Dominic Arnall, who talks about bullying at school and leading a charity dedicated to improving the experiences of LGBT+ young people in education.
Hadley Stewart sits down with Laura Kay, author of queer rom-com, The Split. They talk about how to write funny, the hills of Sheffield, and why people need to get better at break-ups.
Author Ian Eagleton brings a queer love story to the pages of his children’s book, Nen and the Lonely Fisherman.