My First Year Experience

From getting the infamous ‘Freshers’ Flu’ to spending far too many nights in The Imperial, my first year experience appears fairly conventional on the surface, but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t been without its ups and downs. I have learned that it’s ok to not always get along with your flat as there are options to make it better for you, referencing and formatting sometimes … Continue reading My First Year Experience

exeter literary society writing competition…

Fancy writing 500 words and winning up to £150? then read on … This year’s Literary Society Award topic has been announced and it is : ‘No Way Out’ All you have to do is write a 500 word piece on this topic to have the chance of winning 1st, 2nd or 3rd prize of £150, £100 or £50. Submissions can take any format – be it … Continue reading exeter literary society writing competition…

it’s time for a change

Just a quick blog post to remind all Exeter students to vote in our Guild elections. (If somehow you hadn’t noticed…) It might be annoying to battle across campus whilst bombarded with colourful t-shirts and flyers-  but it’s a collective part of the student experience! We have to remember that the enthusiasm candidates show during election week will be the same level of enthusiasm they channel as our sabb … Continue reading it’s time for a change

new year, new issue, new contributors…

Happy New Year!! Razz hopes you all have a wonderful start to 2011!   For those of you who have made a new years resolution to get published, we are here to help! Let’s start the new year as we mean to go on…get your pens/paintbrushes/cameras at the ready! There is no better time to start putting together your submissions for the spring issue of … Continue reading new year, new issue, new contributors…

from classics to crime fiction…

Alongside much bubble bath, many pairs of socks, and some obligatory chocolate coins, I received two very pleasing gifts this Christmas. The first was a teapot; a replacement for the ill fated blue spotty one that met it’s sticky end somewhere in Reed Hall gardens during the Alice in Wonderland shoot for Flights and Fantasy. (This new shiny one, I hasten to add, will most definately not … Continue reading from classics to crime fiction…