13 New Poetry Collections

Like short fiction, poetry has an advantage over the novel, particularly for busy readers. The vast majority of poetry books […]


A ‘Clue’-Inspired YA Novel

Thankfully, In the Hall with the Knife is here to fill that gap. Set at the Blackbrook Academy, the novel centers on […]


March’s Bustle Book Club Pick

For many, book clubs are essential because they provide a place and a community for discussion; for me, book clubs […]


‘A Double Life’ By Flynn Berry

A Double Life is a crime novel, based on real people and events, about the daughter of England’s most notorious murder […]


Diverse Resource for Art and Music Studies

The legendary three-day event is a collection of music, art, culinary experiences and much more, aimed at bringing together a […]


Music as an Art

Music as an Art begins by examining music through a philosophical lens, engaging in discussions about tonality, music and the moral […]


Who Can Tell the Story of a Community

When the Europeans began colonizing New Zealand, they followed Western codes of land ownership; they began to portion off sections […]


Looking Back at the New Romantics

The collaged materials extend the boundaries of the paper, giving the delicate two-dimensional works a sculptural presence. The more intimate […]

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