All posts tagged writing

Postcards with Love

I have always been a sucker for the old fashioned ways. As a child, I relished the idea of writing letters and sending them out into the world. Concepts like […]

Writing: Paradise or Imprisonment?

Writing is a privilege that most people in the developed world obtain at a young age. This ability arms us with power and agency through expression. We derive this power […]

In Conversation with: Nick Kingswell (KIEL)

It has been four years since the release of Nick Kingswell’s debut album ‘Over Easy’ and the Australian singer songwriter has since taken the opportunity to develop his sound and […]

The Windmill, Brixton

Personally speaking, the Windmill Brixton is synonymous with grey days. If I know I will be at the Windmill later that week I can expect rain with the precision of […]

International Comrades Coffee House

This October, Queen Mary students and Tower Hamlets residents gleaned another independent work and social space on Burdett Road. Whereas students are well versed in the local Mile End road […]

5 things you know if you have spent a day in the library at QMUL

5 things you know if you have spent a day in the library at QMUL   That feeling when you’ve been there a whole hour and have done absolutely nothing  Wait, what? What do […]

Well Earned or Perks of Fame?

In a world where the internet is the centre of people’s lives, is it surprising that some of the biggest celebrities of this day and age come from that very place? YouTubers have taken over […]

A Corpse’s Shadow

The body was in the boot, but its smell had crept through the car and sat down on the passenger’s seat. Frank thought it must have been a day old […]

The Red Horse: Part One

Old Mama was a bay mare standing at fifteen-two hands. She was also the best horse that Pearson Michaels had ever gotten.  Given to him by an uncle on his […]