The spring issue of Razz My Berries Magazine was launched in print on Monday 21st of March! The spring issue of Razz, titled ‘Love and Lost’, is now available from the Guild shop in Devonshire House for only £1. Courtesy of Bacardi Exeter , and the lovely Jess Weeks, the launch of the spring issue was celebrated with the help of some free mojitos! Our living … Continue reading spring issue launch
Drop by Devonshire House foyer today between 12-2 to pick up your free copy! After today you will have to buy your copies from the guild shop. Continue reading issue six
The spring issue of Razz My Berries is back from the printers (and it’s so beautiful it will make you want to cry!) Drop by the Devonshire House Foyer between 12-2 tomorrow to pick up a copy – it’s just £1 for non-members and free for members (with a membership card). From tomorrow, the issue will also be available in the Guild Shop. We … Continue reading spring issue
As the new Razz issue is well on its way to being finished, taken to the printers and finally landing itself in our impatient hands, I would like to take the time to introduce you all to the Flickr submissions pool we have set up for our happy snappers. So if you have any photography, artwork, illustrations or a Flickr account, please add us and … Continue reading flickr
2011 sees the 50th anniversary of Penguin Modern Classics. I’ve always been partial to the sleek monchrome styled books, perhaps because (from 2007) Jim Stoddart’s latest design used the razz font Century Gothic! In celebration of their 50th anniversary, penguin have released 50 titles of short fiction from the best authors of the last century. I feel that short fiction is undervalued in the literary … Continue reading moreish: mini modern classic
With the tag line ‘Do you love a book so much you want everyone to read it?’, last Saturday’s World Book Night got me thinking. Are there any books that you love so much you want everyone else to read them? As an English Literature student, it is worrying that it hasn’t happened to me in a while. Most of the books that I loved … Continue reading do you have a favourite?
A new month and TWO shiny new illustrator profiles to share with you! This time it’s two illustrators who share a surreal style of art that combines different mediums to bring inanimate things to life. First is an illustrator truly from the techno-generation: Dmitry Maximov is a Russian artist from Moscow who specialises in photo manipulation. His work is completely surreal and bizarre – my … Continue reading illustrators’ profile: Dmitry Maximov and Carolyn Ann Geason