Get Published: Riptide’s Undergraduate Competition (Image – Riptidejournal) If you’re stuck for ideas over the summer, why not enter the Riptide Journal’s writing competition for Devon-based undergraduates? Just write a short story (max 5000 words), and you could see your work published in one of Devon’s up-and-coming anthologies, alongside established names such as Michael Morpurgo (Riptide Vol. 2) and Luke Kennard (Riptide Vol. … Continue reading Keep your creative juices flowing this summer!
Our features sub-editor, Sophie, shares her collection of the greatest and most accessible outdoor cinema venues for July-September 2011… Whatever your plans for this summer, I insist that you find time for buddies/colleagues/significant others at one of the following alfresco film events. Picnics, wine, great company and great films under a balmy evening sky -nothing compares. 1) Film4 at Somerset House http://www.somersethouse.org.uk/film A revamped programme from … Continue reading Get out the Sun Screen: the best of Summer Cinema
Just because the sun doesn’t want to break away from the clouds doesn’t mean it’s going to be a heat-free summer. Those in the know discovered the anonymous blog ‘Sex at Oxbridge’ a while back but if you haven’t read it yet, there’s no time the present to get a sweat on. Read the tantalizing tales of bleak, brief encounters and longer, hazy dalliances written … Continue reading Razz is reading: Sex at Oxbridge
Some midweek poetry from our very own Rebecca Lodder! Feeling inspired? Go ahead and send us some of your poetry to firstname.lastname@example.org for our next issue themed ‘Imagination and Insanity’. love the razz team x Continue reading Some Mid-Week Poetry…
Exams are DONE, as are results for most people (hope everyone got what they wanted!), so some much needed arty rewards are needed… here’s what’s on my wish list, just a few beautiful bits and pieces to celebrate the end of the academic year with: 1. A Grady McFerrin Notebook Grady McFerrin is a New York based illustrator who studied art at College and now … Continue reading Post-Exam Presents
As most of you know the theme for our next issue will be… ‘IMAGINATION AND INSANITY’ Exciting right!? So along these lines we will be running a creative project for everyone to get involved in tomorrow at our Arts week event… This project will hopefully be featured in our issue and is a great chance for everyone to get a little creative and get into … Continue reading Arts Week Event: Our Creative Project
Disaster Designs are a company which seem to have been hiding in plain sight for the last few years. They wholesale beautiful bags, gifts and homeware that are sold through smaller shops and online, yet they don’t seem to have established themselves as a design company and their website remains in progress. I thought I’d share some of their gorgeous designs – I know I’ll … Continue reading Disaster Designs
We all know that many people have a journal or a diary. A private, personal item, unseen by eyes other than the writer. This is obviously a prized possession and something that people often keep with them for years. However, what if there was a journal in which all eyes could participate? (All Images – The 1000 Journals Project) The 1000 Journals Project is a ‘collaborative … Continue reading 1000 Journals