Tabloids regularly publish covers that seem to defame, but they get away with it. Huck lawyer Alex Wade explores the line separating free speech and libel.
Jamila Prowse and the team behind Typical Girls dreamed of creating a magazine that represented them. Now they're doing it, and think you should do the same.
Award-winning novelist Colum McCann has made a book of tips to save writers time and suffering. Huck reached out to him for some personalised guidance.
Inspired by Trump's misogyny, Laura Jones and Heather McDaid decided to start a grassroots literary revolution – and their first book is about to drop a bomb.
The digital revolution may be upon us, but there's a fightback already underway. Self-publishing has never been easier, so check out these handy tips.
What is it really like to be a person of colour living in modern Britain? Twenty-one writers discuss this reality, and share what it means to them in a new crowdfunded anthology fittingly titled The Good Immigrant.
After being let go from her job, and turned away from every publication, Claire Milbrath started her own title to bring emerging artists out into the light, away from the establishment's doors.
The writer and publisher shares his experience of getting shit done... without having to make soul-destroying compromises.
Writer Tiffany Scandal is building a platform for fresh voices and radical ideas via Portland's King Shot Press. This is her guide to packing a stylistic punch.
The strange story of Mighty Current publishing takes another turn, as UK national Lee Bo becomes the fifth employee to go missing.
Loud And Quiet’s reputation has grown steadily since it began life as a fanzine in 2005 - thanks in part to its eye-catching music photography.
Independent publishing is in fine health. We asked Ruth Jamieson, author of Print is Dead. Long Live Print, about her favourite magazines and how to survive in a fiercely competitive industry.