All posts tagged arts

Feel

This poem reflects the conversation between the voices in our head. In this particular poem, the conversation is between two voices: one that has given up and one who resists. […]

Book Review: Crossing by Pajtim Statovci

“This novel is more than just the crossing of physical borders, as its protagonist explores the crossing of gender and sexuality”   Bujar’s world is collapsing.  His father is dying […]

Once upon a time

I saw you Only a glimpse of your wavy hair and the golden rims of your hazel eyes. And then you passed by and it was goodbye.       […]

The Women’s Prize Shortlist 2019

The annual Women’s Prize for Fiction was formed as a response to the lack of women authors winning literary prizes despite there being a 60:40 ratio of books written by […]

Book Review: The Red Gene by Barbara Lamplugh

“A remarkably moving novel about love, loss, and family that spans three generations and almost 80 decades” – a CUB must-read! When Rose, a young English nurse with humanitarian convictions, […]

Love, Death & Robots: brave new avant-garde?

Netflix has just released another anthology series that will have to shine through the huge shadow Black Mirror cast on pop culture. I mean, every time there is something new […]

Rediscovering Tate Modern: World Aids Day

Since I moved to London, almost three years ago now, I’ve been to the Tate a number of times. Whenever a friend of mine comes for a visit, it is one of the first stops they […]

An Exclusive Review: The Woman Who Gave Birth to a Goat.

With comical musical numbers and bright set lights, The Woman Who Gave Birth to a Goat is a play that is difficult to forget. Set in the modern era, the drama […]

Can Artificial Intelligence Create Art?

You probably know modern-day robots are incredibly sophisticated and algorithms increasingly complex. Artificial intelligence, or AI, is taking over many tasks humans used to fulfil. Ranging from facial recognition to […]