Tim Lloyd-Kinnings As an English literature undergraduate, I have been fortunate enough to explore many aspects the written word. However, during this time an entire field has been left neglected, a goldmine […]
Lecturer in English and Creative Industries at the University of York.
Sienna Bahi As part of TakeOver Festival 2017 at York Theatre Royal, young artists put on an original production named Amphibious, a creative piece centred around six young interns all battling for […]
Bramina Braet The twenty-first century has revolutionized the mode of production in a particular genre of literature called prison literature. Prisons are strict about incoming and outgoing communication, and restitutions and state legislature—such […]
Chloe Harvey Menacing structures of steel stand in a night that’s hazed with an artificial, orange glow. Red lights blink in a starless sky that’s thick with smog. If you listen, you […]
Bramina Braet Prison literature is a genre characterized by works that are written while the author is incarcerated. The literature can be about prison, informed by it, or simply coincidentally written while […]
Katie Houston It’s the most wonderful time of the year, is it not? The Halloween costumes have been taken off the shelves and replaced immediately with advent calendars, gift wrap and christmas […]
Rosie Featherstone What do your books look like after you have read them? Are you a puritan, someone who considers a dog-eared page book blasphemy? Or do your books go through a […]