Fisayo Amodu discusses pseudonyms and their impact on the art world.
Cat Stone overviews the very first novel, The Tale of Genji, and it’s cultural impact.
A Reading Wish List Anna Hayward shares what is currently on her reading wish list It’s hard to beat a book for the perfect gift. They can be appealing in so many ways, whether it’s the well-loved charity shop book, the newly released read, the highly acclaimed autobiography or the number one bestseller you’ve been […]
Katie Dunbar summarises the Art and Lit community’s favourite books of 2020
Sofia Giles reviews the importance of regional theatres and how they serve to protect the arts ecosystem
Rhian Hutchings assesses political activism in art and whether this really is a force for good
What I Read This Summer Tori Sharp briefs us on her top summer reads of 2020, from neapolitan novels to the best autobiographies. I am finding more and more that it is nearly impossible to recommend reading right now. The dystopian fiction that has filled our shelves for the past few years seems to hit […]
Niamh O’Riordan Mitchell reviews RAMM’s ‘Later’ Student Takeover’
“Industrial Action” – Exeter Comic Production Society Comic
Joe Newell introduces a novel that enlightens us on authoritarianism in modern democracies and its instigators While I’m only halfway through, it’s obvious that this is an important book. How Democracies Die turns the spotlight on the spectre of authoritarianism in modern democracies and those that hold the door for it. Harvard professors Stephen Levitsky […]