Sadia Nowshin

The fictional narratives of Love Island

Bikinis, buff bods and banter make up the majority of content for ITV’s hit reality show Love Island. So popular was the summer edition that a Winter series is currently underway as Instagram-ready singletons try to find their type on paper for a romance worthy of £50,000. However, the ‘reality’...
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Posted Feb. 3, 2020

In interview with: Antonia Lloyd-Jones

Antonia Lloyd-Jones speaks about the Warwick Prize for Women in Translation which aims to address the gender imbalance in translated literature. The prize is awarded annually to the best eligible work of literature written by a women, translated into English.
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Posted Jan. 12, 2020

In interview with: Maura Dooley 

Maura Dooley speaks about the Warwick Prize for Women in Translation which aims to address the gender imbalance in translated literature. The prize is awarded annually to the best eligible work of literature written by a women, translated into English.
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Posted Jan. 10, 2020

In interview with: Tina Kover

The Warwick Prize for Women in Translation aims to address the gender imbalance in translated literature. The prize is awarded annually to the best eligible work of literature written by a women, translated into English.
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Posted Jan. 8, 2020

In interview with: Len Rix

The Warwick Prize for Women in Translation aims to address the gender imbalance in translated literature. The prize is awarded annually to the best eligible work of literature written by a women, translated into English.
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Posted Jan. 6, 2020

Character facades have taken over politics

Politicians are infamous for avoiding the hard-to-answer questions, offering diplomatic and vague generalisations instead of the straight truth. Quite frankly, it’s infuriating. The questions they have opted to give detailed answers to recently are centred around topics that help them construct the character they want to present to the public....
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Posted Dec. 9, 2019