Sarah Mckie examines spirituality’s recent resurgence
‘Public Domain Day’, otherwise known as New Year’s Day , marks the expired copyright on texts entering the public domain. A. A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh, Ernest Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises and Agatha Christie’s The Murder of Roger Ackroyd to name a few released in 2022. The significance of giving way to creative licence can be seen in the development since The Great Gatsby’s release in the US in 2021, with 34 new print editions published in the past year and the development of a television adaptation by Michael Hirst.
By Luise Werner (Link to this picture available here) I interviewed a fifth year medical student who has been writing articles and short stories for some time and recently wrote two plays […]
By Luise Werner Source of puzzle picture Between the UK and Germany You might say Germans just don’t have any humour. I’m saying we draw an invisible, hard-to-define line where funny stops […]
Gan Chin Lin: “Personal yearnings, private dreams for a room of one’s own, a sense of vicarious hunger”
If someone asked me where the most revolutionary writing I’ve seen recently is, I would stop them as they walked over to Waterstones and direct them to the App Store. Tinder has created a new genre of writing: the Tinder Bio.
By Olivia Carne Whether you have a cup of tea regularly, occasionally, or not at all, it is undoubtedly a part of your life in some way or another. You may think […]
By Ella Gauci Enda Bowe/ Hulu Is it blasphemy to say that there’s a small part of me that loved the 2020 BBC adaptation of Sally Rooney’s Normal People more than the […]
Jenny Glas writes on clothes, the environment, and the future of fashion
“how has Witherspoon harnessed her experience in the industry, interest in novels, and new business proposals to cross-pollinate and create a successful business model?”
Amelia Erswell argues the answer is Where the Crawdads Sing