Our beloved city Southampton has many ties to international renowned writers who created the foundation for literature, through their classic novels and poems. Some of our writers look at their favourites.
Social Media poetry, poetry or a trend? Callum Holgate creates the term ‘Fast Food Poetry’ and the lack of meaning it provides.
Review: Lana Del Rey – ‘Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass’, A Masterpiece of Kaleidoscopic Thoughts.
It’s here. Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass is here in hardback, audiobook, vinyl and cassette glory.
Morgan uncovers the dark side of Wattpad and how it’s dangerous for young teens.
Sophie Young, a fierce Atwood fan, gives us a run through of the sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale; The Testaments.
Georgie Holmes looks at how Netflix damaged the reputation and storyline of young-adult novel, Thirteen Reasons Why.
Elizabeth Sorrell adds to the series of Literature Vs. Adaptation with The Hobbit.
Jack Nicholas Brandon picks apart the 2018 adaptation of the ‘Patrick Melrose Novels’.
Georgie Holmes shares her thoughts on Matt Haig’s most recent fictional novel ‘The Midnight Library.’
Midnight Sun is finally here – but did it live up to expectation? *Contains spoilers*
As we anticipate the release of Stephenie Meyer’s new Twilight novel, Becky Davies looks back on her career so far.
Elizabeth Sorrell digs deep into work by Ezra Pound and F.S Flint.
Georgie Holmes anticipates the release of The Midnight Library on August 20th.
We asked some of our writers at The Edge their favourite poets & spoken word artists and ended up with quite the eclectic bunch.