Tag Archives: Literature

On the importance of bad poetry

I am a terrible poet. This is what I told myself when I was 5 years old and wrote a modest stanza about snails and their slimy trails, and it’s what I tell myself now at 24 and at MA … Continue reading

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Sally Cookson’s Jane Eyre at Theatre Royal, Brighton

“I am no bird; and no net ensnares me; I am a free human being with an independent will.” It’s raining outside and I am recovering from a late night with a cup of tea, thinking about the Brontës (not … Continue reading

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Today’s Study Spot: Presuming Ed Coffeehouse, Brighton

Before meeting a friend today, I was looking for a café outside of the chains but also slightly away from the hubbub of the wonderful North Laine to get some studying done. This place did not disappoint, and I will … Continue reading

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