by Molly Burdett As a rule within modern popular culture, if you identify as a fan of a particular music artist, that earns you the right to wear their T-shirt proudly. Most […]
The devil may wear Prada, but Anna Wintour is the embodiment of a successful business woman, as shown in The September Issue.
Because who really is featured in the film?
Interview by Finley Harnett Paul Ewen’s second novel How To Be A Public Author is a blistering satire of the literary world, published and narrated as the pseudonymous Francis Plug. The Stray’s […]
Micah MacKay Twitter: @micahmackay The digital age is upon us. Every day, our eyes flick from phone to computer to television screen. Technology is now ingrained into our society, permeating nearly every […]
Ffion Masson ‘Wenglish’ is not an official portmanteau for speech that combines Welsh and English. However, the Urban Dictionary provides rough but useful definitions: Wenglish is a mixture of Welsh language and […]
Reflections a poetry reading by Henri Cole,23 October 2017, University of York. Mau Baiocco Poetry readings are in the ascendancy, yet no one can quite agree on what we get out from […]
Bramina Braet In the twenty-first century, many prisons offer writing programs for the estimated nine million people around the world who are incarcerated. Prison writing programs provide inmates with an avenue to […]
Katie Houston I like to work with headphones in and soft melodies playing out. In fact, as I gaze over most study spaces on campus, it appears that most people, like me, […]
Ella Barker “I am sending a manuscript into time. Will any human beings be waiting there to receive it?” As the first author to participate in a century-long initiative, Margaret Atwood sums […]