I am a big fan of long-form journalism, particularly articles which tell the story of the writer’s personal connection with their subject- whether it’s a person or a piece of media. Now, I get my fix of intellectual-lite pontification via video essays, preferably between twenty and forty minutes in length, which I watch almost daily on YouTube.Read More Why I find video essays so compelling
This is by no means an exhaustive list, and it took me a lot of time to whittle it down to just ten. But here it is: just a few female characters from literature that I consider to be interesting and well-written. I also tried to pick examples which highlight that a ‘strong female character’ […]Read More Top Ten: Female Characters
“It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife” ♥♥♥ AdvertisementsRead More Pride and Prejudice: A Chain of Quotations
I generally don’t write about music because, to be honest, I’m always too intimidated to try. To put it bluntly, I don’t want to seem like an idiot talking about a creative practice that I have practically zero technical knowledge of. Unlike other writers, I don’t feel comfortable dropping phrases like ‘electro-pop dubstep’ or criticising […]Read More How much should we listen to musical criticism?
Hey everyone! This is just a little note to mark the fact that I just made my 50th post on this blog! Thank you to everyone who reads and follows this blog, it means a lot to me and I appreciate each and every response I get. I was hesitant to start blogging but every […]Read More 50th post!
Exactly what it says on the tin. AdvertisementsRead More The Bucket-is-Batman List