Monthly Archives: March 2016

Nothing New Under the Sun

Every writer has had it. That moment when you open a book, or switch on the TV, or sit down in the cinema, and there it is. Your idea, by someone else. The first time this happened to me – … Continue reading

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Inappropriate: Why it’s important to care about cultural appropriation

Former reading (because, as always, the first people you should listen to on any topic are the people that topic directly affects): Everything¬†from Native Appropriations, but particularly But why can’t I wear a hipster headdress? What’s wrong with cultural appropriation? … Continue reading

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OxCon

Generally (to get a little Bagginsy about it), the worst thing about conventions is the¬†journey there and back again. Travel is tiring and time-consuming, hotel/hostel rooms can either break the bank or make you worry for your health (I’m still … Continue reading

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