Elizabeth Sorrell reviews this harrowing adaptation of Jerzy Kosiński’s novel
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Elizabeth Sorrell adds to the series of Literature Vs. Adaptation with The Hobbit.
As The Hysteria Collective approaches it’s first birthday, Elizabeth Sorrell chats with it’s founder and alumni of Southampton University, Imy Brighty-Potts.
Elizabeth Sorrell explores the career and lyrical influences of Joy Crookes.
Elizabeth Sorrell digs deep into work by Ezra Pound and F.S Flint.
We asked some of our writers at The Edge their favourite poets & spoken word artists and ended up with quite the eclectic bunch.
Review: The Feminist and the Sex Offender – “Levine and Meiners cover all bases by explaining the history and theory of abolitionist feminism”
Political issues are definitely at the forefront of any society, Elizabeth Sorrell reviews Judith Levine and Erica R. Meiners’s The Feminist and the Sex Offender: Confronting Sexual Harm, Ending State Violence.
Is theatre for the masses, or only the wealthy? Elizabeth Sorrell investigates the accessibility of the arts.
Elizabeth Sorrell takes us back in time to the infamous gothic novel that’s just as potent now as when it was first released.
Elizabeth Sorrell takes a look at the depiction on gender throughout the history of theatre.
Elizabeth Sorrell explores Nicholas Hytner’s production of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Everyone has their favourite fictional place, and several writers from The Edge talk about theirs.
Several Edge writers sit down and discuss their favourite pieces of futuristic literature