Loveday Pride, a first-year fine art student, on the necessity having an online presence as an artist in 2021.
Nina Holguin takes on ranking the songs of My Chemical Romance’s grand rock opera ‘The Black Parade’, which celebrates its 20th birthday this year.
I have reached new levels of pretension. I am now writing on a black and white silent Japanese film from 1932. I’m literally the fucking worst. But also, I’m the absolute best. Have you seen I Was Born, But…? Didn’t think so, philistine. Translating myself, I am now writing on a genuinely wonderful film. The Read More…
Holly Bostock reviews the German comedy genre, exploring the humorous elements that are overlooked or misunderstood by British audiences.
Khadijah Ali re-evaluates the way in which we ought to approach the love we witness in literature and the media coming to the conclusion that turning our gaze inwards might be the best approach.
The third edition of the arts and writing publication ‘The Blueprint’.
Joel Dungworth reviews Pale Waves’ second studio album.
Marnie Shutter on the the experience of an in-person gallery, during the pandemic.
“I survived The Duke and I, and I’m glad I read it. It has opened my eyes to the issues which are embedded in the world of Bridgerton”
In comparing the original book series with the new Netflix show Niamh Langton delves into some of the problems with the hit period drama.
TW: Discussion of racism and sexual violence.
“Completely out of touch in an era of the civil rights movements and increased activism”
For many Sylvia Plath’s ‘The Bell Jar’ is timeless but by delving a little deeper Lily Shanagher asks us to reconsider our previous assumptions.
TW: Discussion of mental health and racism