About this issue: Overview
In graphic detail
Bradford is the capital of the country, a sinister government scouting group whips up the aggression of aimless young men and Eve heads into the Yorkshire wilderness. Una tells Antonia Charlesworth about the time-consuming process of creating a graphic novel from her shed, her pride in getting a major publisher and how she’s overcome child sexual abuse and domestic violence to get to a position of happiness.
Ball culture realness
He didn’t quite get to writing his King Lear but Gary Ryan did learn some impressive skills during lockdown, including juggling, voguing and speaking Game of Thrones tongues.
Liverpool leaders hit back at the loss of world heritage status, columnist Roger Ratcliffe on the destruction wrought by grouse shooting, arts and entertainment, crossword, Sudoku and more.