It's been over a century since H. G. Wells gave us so many of his now-legendary sci-fi novels, including The War of the Worlds, The Invisible Man, and The Time Machine. And, with these novels, it's an eerie thing to read them and see just how much he predicted inventions and futuristic creations that were yet to be created or popularised. So, to celebrate him being our author of the month, we've compiled this short yet insightful list of the different ways H. G. Wells foretold the future...
Independence Day; a time for Americans to come together and celebrate everything that has made their country what it is today. In celebration of this annual holiday for our friends across the pond, we're taking the time to appreciate some of the titans of American literature, whose works and talents have contributed greatly to the world of storytelling.
Few novelists have written material as thought-provoking as E. M. Forster. Perhaps that's what makes his novels so adaptable. From class division to homosexuality, Forster was not afraid to write about prevalent issues within our society, and for that he has left his mark upon literary history.
Due to this level of intuition, all of Forster's novels except for one have been adapted into film format, allowing even those who aren't literature-savvy to enjoy the tales he had to tell.