Reviews In Depth aims to give you the most interesting reviews to be found on the net. The mission is not to review the latest releases, but to help expose our readers to quality content that will expand their understanding of the world and their place within it.
This website is for the curious and the questing. Our reviews are eclectic because we want to help expose you to things you never thought could possibly be interesting. Maybe you never understood what was so great about literature. Maybe finance bores you to tears. On this site you’ll find reviews from all sorts of genres. But what will be common to all of them is that they will enhance your understanding and make you appreciate the world in a whole new way.
Our love is in exposing people to great art, stories and content. It’s one thing to be doing what you love – another thing to be earning a living from what you love. Hopefully you will value the analysis provided enough to tolerate the advertisements I run. But if you think that they are impacting your enjoyment of the site in any way, please contact me and let me know. Your experience is the priority.
All of the content on this site is currently written by myself (the name is Dan). I’m a philosophy PhD student that sometimes teaches logic, sometimes works admin, sometimes writes novels and sometimes writes code. More and more I find myself attracted to blogging and code since I find institutional means of expressing myself too restrictive for the things I need to say. The PhD might get done someday. But the reward from having tens of thousands of readers verses the 3 or 4 that might read my thesis makes this unlikely.
Submissions and Requests
If you want to write for Reviews in Depth, feel free to contact me using the contact form. I’ll reply as soon as possible and request that you email me with a short pitch and a writing sample. It doesn’t matter what you review so much as it’s interesting and provides unique insight.
Also feel free to contact me if you would like to request a review. I can’t guarantee that I’ll get to it, but if you help me see what’s so interesting about it, I’ll no doubt get to it faster. (And if you can so convince me, I’ll likely ask you to put your explanation in writing and make it a submission.)
Feedback is welcome! Please get in touch with if there are features you would like to see, or think there is something I could be doing better.
Also feel free to drop me a line to express your support. I’d love to hear what you think.