For He Can Creep by Siobhan Carroll is a dark fantasy about Jeoffry, a cat who fights demons, Jeoffry’s human, a poet, who is confined to an insane asylum, and Satan, who schemes.
Stephen Dowling suggests that cats are more social than we realise.
Margaret Schotte asks how the sailors of early modern Europe learn to traverse the world’s seas. The answer: they learned maths.
Nick Barlow argues that the first past the post electoral system is a significant factor in why British politics is broken.
And Luke at Start Your Meeples suggests four opening strategies for Hive.