Story and photo by Tunde Farrand Anyone entering the Burngreave Food Bank is guaranteed to meet Lisa Dernie at the counter, serving hot drinks or cakes, handing out buns and having a kind word to [Read more]
Review by Tunde Farrand Black Car Burning is a remarkable debut novel from Helen Mort, an award-winning poet based in Sheffield. We get a unique richness skilfully merged inside one novel. We get the Peak [Read more]
Story & Photos by Suman Shrestha Tunde Farrand has just published for first novel, ‘Wolf Country’ – a work of dystopian fiction. She moved to the UK from Hungary and settled in Sheffield twelve years [Read more]
Book review by Kevin Stapleton Tunde Farrand’s Wolf Country is a thrilling dystopian novel set in an all too near and all too familiar future. With shades of the Hunger Games and Logan’s Run (teenagers [Read more]
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