Elizabeth Baker talks to the Founder and Editor of The Record Press, York’s new music magazine.
At the Courtauld Institute, there is a movement towards a digital, free-thinking art writing matrimony: Fire Assembly Point. I spoke to India Picton, who pioneered the magazine from its early stages into the dazzling and exciting space it exists as today. This interview highlights some of the main issues that students face with academic writing and the steps we can take to write creatively and without restriction.
The Guardian broke the news. They announced the print death of the New Musical Express. Perhaps there’s some cruel irony in the fact that it was an online article that announced its […]
Let’s look at Personal Ads differently. Not as despondent pleas full of acronyms and cliches, but as literature, tiny poems. Look at them as the entirety of a person and everything they […]