What the Tide Brings marks the debut of a new voice in poetry. Kim Barke's poems find space along the paths of nature, science, love, and death. Fireflies, buzzing phones, lab rats, and blue herons... More > share the page with the electrical energy felt between two bodies in love.
Between losing sleep over sump pumps and rock climbing in Joshua Tree, she captures the everyday sublime: sometimes ragged, often muffled, always thoughtful.< Less
newport international group fashion review, Eighties fashion: Remember the... More > pioneering self-expression, not the leg warmers
There was more to the 1980s than neon leg warmers: a new book about fashion magazine Blitz argues it sparked vibrant self-expression.
It’s hard to believe three decades have passed since the punks and New Romantics defined London’s cultural identity. Flamboyant, shocking and political, the subversive stylings of clubbers from hedonistic havens such as Heaven, Blitz, Kinky Gerlinky and Taboo are now synonymous with a period of originality, glamour and shock value.< Less