Women in Horror

Words by Lottie Skala Art by Lottie Skala 2018 has been the year of remakes and sequels, with the likes of A Star Is Born, Creed II and The Grinchto name but a few. Two stand-outs, solely for their genre, are Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Dario Argento’s classic Suspiria(1977) and David Gordon Green’s sequel to…

Based On a True Story: An Interview with the Directors

Bella Spencer interviews twin filmmaking duo Jack and Gabe Whitehead about their latest short film, Based on a True Story. The short follows the story of Henri and Verity, two amateur photographers who chance upon a competition to take a photo of ‘The Truth’. A discussion of art and pretension, it delves deep into the…

Steady as She Grows

Mercedes Dawson’s Poem on the realisation that she can step into herself and that she can be a place of strength Art by Mercedes Dawson I no longer feel the weight of tiredness, triedness, fasten down my bones to the position of sitting, or hold me still, sedentary. Somewhere between all the ways in which…

A Stranger To Myself: Why can’t I remember my early youth?

Words by Ryan Gray Art by Amanda La Forest “What is your earliest memory?” I guarantee you will hear some excellent stories if you pose that question to your friends next time you’re at the pub. Mine for instance, was walking in on my parents in the living room at the innocent age of 3…

Year Abroad: The Ultimate Unknown

Words by Jemima Skala Art by Ana Ovilo This article is part of the ‘UNKNOWN’ series. Next piece to be published on the 6th December. The unknown. That dreaded open space that stretches out before you, a horrendously blank canvas that you are painfully aware that you must paint with your experiences, whatever they turn…

Let Go: My Sobriety

Words by Maya Wenzel Art By Logan Wenzel Part 1. This has nothing to do with me thinking I’m better than you. This has everything to do with me stopping myself from doing something I don’t want to do, something I can no longer handle. Like many people, I have had fun experiences with alcohol….

FIRST LOVE playlist

Playlist and words by Giannina Rodriguez Rico Art by Zia Larty-Healy The playlist I have compiled is an extension of one I created previously, carefully collected throughout my first serious relationship, and as I write them down I am left with the stinging sense of having once been loved. It is suffused with the gems that…

AGP: New singles, a review and a chat

By Bella Spencer The summer is coming (despite the rain’s best attempts to dampen our spirits and our BBQs) which means it’s time to start tinkering away at those playlists to accompany your late night hangouts. Before you strain your brain thinking of the first track, look no further than the new singles from AGP….

Pepsi and the Diversity Checkbox

Words and art by Joey Parker Advertising is a difficult industry to work in. I used to underestimate how every little aspect of the work we created would influence the general population in some way or another. Advertising relies on a connection with the consumer and whilst advertising agencies are painted as villainous corporations it’s…