Making new streets on old lines

Making new streets on old lines

On Saturday, 17/11/2018, the graduating class of Interior and Environmental Design held the opening for their installation and upcoming exhibition Central Dis-chord. Collaborating with Dundee City Council’s initiative ‘Design your Dundee (Christmas)’ and making the...

A Global Kind of Self

The question of “us” or “them” is pretty much a constant. It doesn’t change. It’s the answer that changes. Take me for example, I’ve lived in three countries, studied in two and had to deal with adjusting to a different daily repeatedly -as gruelling as it sounds...
What If It’s Us by Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera

What If It’s Us by Becky Albertalli and Adam Silvera

Because I just have amazing timing in life (can you sense the approaching sarcasm?) I picked up What If It’s Usthe same day Becky and Adam were finishing off their UK tour in Manchester. Amazing timing, right? I couldn’t bring myself to stalk through their Instagram’s...
Throne of Glass book event

Throne of Glass book event

When it comes to books and writing, Sarah J Maas is my hero. She is the reason I write and read, the reason I’m taking a degree in English and Creative Writing. Every choice I have made since I read her book Throne of Glass, four or three years ago, has been inspired...
My first Scottish comic con: Rai-Con

My first Scottish comic con: Rai-Con

Before I moved for university I would always see on my friend’s Instagram photos of him at MCM Scotland, Edinburgh comic con and Deecon, a massive smile on his face. He would then message me, recounting his tales of the day, telling me how many people he met, the...
Making their own lines: Dundee’s first Zine Fest

Making their own lines: Dundee’s first Zine Fest

On November 3rd, the first Dundee Zine Festival took place in Roseangle Church hall. Lasting for a whole six hours, it was a creator/comic’s dream filled with numerous creators, writers and artists alike. Some shop talk: fanzines (a word coming of fan and magazine) is...