I’ll be the first to say it: feminism ruined romance.
It’s hard not to be familiar with high-school drama as a TV genre. In fact, it is immensely popular, and ever-present. But how do our relationships to it change as we age?
The true crime fascination is no longer taboo but a common place source of entertainment. But has true crime become a sickening fixation or social commentary?
Sonny Hall’s poetic success has come seemingly out of nowhere: his debut collection, published in April 2019, went on to sell over 1.5 thousand copies within its first few months of release. But what is it about this new collection which has attracted so many, and what does it mean for poetry in a modern age?
Bookstagram. It’s exactly the mishmash you think it is, books and Instagram. Bookstagram, is the bookworm’s platform to artistically showcase their myriad of books and their vast love of literature. So how do you do it?
Flora Tucker writes about 7 common tropes in film and TV about giving birth.
The dystopian genre has been around for nearly a hundred years. Suzanne Collins’, bestseller The Hunger Games, not only had a major influence on the rise of YA dystopian literature sales, but more importantly, it brought a new genre to Hollywood. A genre that disappeared as swiftly as it appeared.
Leah Golder discusses the reality of book banning and censorship.
Sarah Mckie examines spirituality’s recent resurgence
Florence tackles the torn identity she feels between her success as an artist, and a woman wanting to start a family in her new song King.