Gan Chin Lin: “Personal yearnings, private dreams for a room of one’s own, a sense of vicarious hunger”
‘the industry could and should do a lot more’: Interventions and their necessity in Diversifying Publishing
Leah Golder discusses why the publishing industry urgently needs to do more to diversify its workplace.
Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch and why there is still space for artistic films in modern cinema.
Edsard Driessen discusses changes in the cinema industry and why The French Dispatch was the refreshing film we all needed.
Conner Ives’ catwalk debut opened up a time capsule. Ives’ take on high-fashion wasn’t that unobtainable and opulent art form it usually is, he took us to a realm we could all achieve and threw us back to Y2K.
Musical theatre wasn’t always deemed as a particularly ‘cool’ part of popular culture. But, have we reached a turning point?
Milena Srandeva explores the rise in choice-driven game play and why consumers love being able to decide the story’s fate.
Amelia Chambers discusses the unoriginality of recent book covers
Charlotte MacDowell discusses the toxicity of the gossip platform Tattle Life.
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.
When was the last time you binge-watched a TV show? It feels like just yesterday I woke up at 8 am to watch the third season of Sex Education. 8 long hours later, I felt drained. Was I watching this so quickly because I was engrossed by the Netflix comedy? Or was it the increased FOMO from the memes and Tiktoks sprawled across my social media feed?