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 […]
Rhian Hutchings explores the ongoing debates surrounding the canceling of Hong Kong Art Basel show in response to the Coronavirus crisis The narrative surrounding the Art Basel show in Hong Kong has certainly been colourful over the past couple of months. It has now officially been cancelled due to the impending threat of a virus […]
Discover more about Exeter’s heritage by visiting St Nicholas Priory for Benedictine Day!
Katie Dunbar shares her short story about spring, ‘An Awakening’.
Freda Worrell reviews ‘Night of the Living Dead’ at Northcott Theatre.
Jess Calcutt discusses the lack of spending on women’s art and how it may, or may not, change in the future.
Rhian Hutchings explores how important literary criticism is for our enjoyment of literature.