‘The Children’ by Lucy Caldwell First, in order of appearance, is Caldwell’s The Children which centres on a writer’s research for a story about Caroline Norton (1808–1887) who ‘changed the lot of mothers forever’. Our writer, herself a mother, finds a lump in her breast, and this forms what is in earnest the story’s central […]
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Tweetin’ ‘Bout A Revolution

Tim Evans

PUBLISHED ON: 27/11/13


In Why It’s Still Kicking Off Everywhere*, Paul Mason describes a meeting with activists from the student, ecology and Palestinian rights movements. W …

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DeviantArt Social Network

Sam Needs

PUBLISHED ON: 15/05/13


In my poetry class last semester, everyone said that they did not have a DeviantArt account because it was mostly a site for fan fiction. Kait Forest, …

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