The Letters Page “is a literary journal in letters, published by the School of English at the University of Nottingham and edited by Jon McGregor”. We had the pleasure to receive by post a copy of The Letters Page Vol 2. I did not expect the book to be delivered in such a nice package!… Continue reading Book Review: The Letters Page Vol. 2
This is the first in a series of interviews with comic book creators, focusing on the cultural and personal experiences that shape the industry today. The first creator I talked with was David F. Walker, who currently writes Luke Cage for Marvel and Superb for Lion Forge. Walker is also an educator, specializing in film… Continue reading Interview with David F. Walker: Comic Creator
Desma is excited about her 16th birthday party, which involves the whole class going to a movie at the local theatre. On top of that, she has the Empire scholarship, which only brings her closer to her dream of becoming an actuary. But things are beginning to change in Bermuda and when a progressive group… Continue reading Girlcott: More Kidlit Meets Activisim
When Maddie meets Sayara on vacation, they become instant friends – bonded through their similar attitudes towards life. But despite their similarities, Maddie and Sayara come from two different cultures with two very different attitudes towards girls. While Sayara struggles in her home country with the unfair laws that recently landed her cousin in jail,… Continue reading Maddie & Sayara: Kidlit Meets Activism
Stop telling me that I am just a woman. I am not just a woman This term is stained with your confused notion of what I ought to be. I rather you really acknowledge me For who I am. I am a person. First and foremost. A PERSON Just like you. A person who deserves… Continue reading A Person
A few months ago I was walking towards the Luas stop in Charlemont and suddenly there was water flowing down from the bridge. I was confused as the rain had stopped a good while ago. As I walked up the steps, I had to turn my body as the steps changed direction. I was faced… Continue reading Brazilian Women – Inherently Sexual?
Source: stylecraze.com For many women, the simplest idea of finding yourself without makeup is an excuse to go shopping. It’s like going out on an adventure seeking what is new in the market for them, probably like “me” time. For me, each second of this process can be a fight, where most of the time I… Continue reading The Invisibility of Dark Skin Women in the Cosmetic Sector