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 […]
Samantha Hurley In The Death of the Author, Roland Barthes asserts that the figure of the author should be completely detached from the works that they create. I propose that Tao Lin’s […]
So, you’ve read Rupi Kaur – here’s who you should be reading next. Rosie Featherstone Rupi Kaur has been described by many as a publishing phenomenon, and rightly so. Her poems, initially […]
Lois Rushworth Everyone has a favourite childhood book, and I am no different. I first discovered Ingo when I seven years old; when I went to my local library one afternoon. As […]
Ellie Fells Hanging above my desk is a framed photo of my gappy-teethed, wonky-frindged, ten-year-old-self, proudly stood next to my all-time hero. With her bright white hair and silver jewellery, Jacqueline Wilson […]