All posts tagged CUBMagazine

The Best Camera in the World – and it’s in your pocket

There is a well-known saying in the field of photography: ‘the best camera is the one that’s with you’. Photographers love to boast about having the latest camera, and a […]

Sara Pascoe and the importance of open conversation

Sara Pascoe’s sophmore novel, titled “Sex, Power, Money” is a non-fiction publication focusing on how different dynamics affect the role of sex in modern society. Pascoe is a comedian who […]

Inkpot: Autumn

Autumn saunters in with her luscious leaves the colour of flame, stealing summer’s hot fame. Golden honey disappears from the sky: marigold, orange and a faint blushing red only left […]

Give it a read ‘Don’t sweat the small stuff’ by Richard Carlson.

Book Review: A Personal favourite of mine so far…         I continually read biographies, autobiographies and self-help, a lot of the time non-fiction. These are books which grab […]

Presence

There is something about Him. Maybe it’s His eyes; those endless deep pools that hold the secrets of His past and the lurking darkness of His future.   He is […]

The Last by Hanna Jameson – a startling look into what could be our future

“Maybe I was lucky, watching the end of the world online, instead of living it, reacting to an explosion or a siren announcing one.”   Jon Keller is in a […]

Forbidden romance, vampires, and feminism- the history behind gothic fiction

Said to be one of the pioneers of gothic fiction, Ann Radcliffe published The Mysteries of Udolpho in 1794 and earned £500 from this publication. With The Mysteries of Udolpho, […]

Let’s talk about HIV

It’s pride month so I wanted to take a look at the progress we’ve made and how far our language and attitudes toward HIV/AIDS have come. To do this I’ve […]

Best fictional female leads – My favourite characters

We all love watching and reading about a head strong woman. I read a lot; it’s a hobby, a passion and an inspiration. What I love reading about are brilliant […]