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Comics, Books, Writer, Interview, Sean Michael Wilson, Kettle Mag, Sophie Thirkell
Kettle Mag Interviews Comic Book Writer Sean Michael Wilson
Sean Michael Wilson is breaking new ground bringing his western influences to Japanese style comics. Sophie Thirkell sat down for a chat with the award-winning writer.
Time to Stand up to Ticket Touts
Shauna Crossan examines the problem of ticket touting and explains why ticket touts should be stopped once and for all.
KettleMag, Lauren Wise, #EVERYWOMAN, Gloria Steinem, Books, Feminism
#EVERYWOMAN: Donating Books in Exchange for Female Inspirations
Lauren Wise explains exactly what the #EVERYWOMAN campaign is, and how you can get involved.
Trainspotting 2: A Fitting Return
Carrie-Jennifer Cairns reviews Trainspotting 2, writing from the perspective of a born and bred Scot.
Filling the Void - Life after Sherlock Season 4
Missing Shelock - let us help you....
Jesse Eisenberg, actor, culture, Prahaas Oldman, Kettle Mag
Eisenberg: Reading Between The Lines
Prahaas Oldman considers the work of actor Jesse Eisenberg.
Review: Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
Lucy McLaughlin reviews the much-anticipated Netflix adaptation of 'A Series of Unfortunate Events', based on the books by Lemony Snicket.
Books, Life, Kettle Mag, Lucy Skoulding
The Books that Changed My Life
Books can be more than just entertainment. Lucy Skoulding discusses which books have taught her some important life lessons.
graduates, degree, postgrad, university, Gina Clarke, Kettle Mag
Why the journalism MA is still important
Gina Clarke considers why a Master's degree is still essential for entering journalism.
Festival News Roundup
With festivals releasing details of their line ups left, right and centre. Festival editor Laura rounds-up all you need to know so far!