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The Plight of the Unimaginative Writer Living in the Age of the Internet

Rebecca Harrington explains why, in the age of modern technology and the internet, things have never been worse for unimaginative writers.


8 Books to Help You Navigate Modern Technology

These books will help you to catch up with everyone around you, utilize technology to get ahead, and achieve your goals in an efficient and timely manner. 


How Your Phone Is Killing Your Attention Span

Our brains both prefer and are programmed to seek out and be distracted by new information. And that’s exactly what our phones encourage them to do.


In an Age of Increased Surveillance, Gnomon Could Be More Fact Than Fiction

Gnomon by Nick Harkaway, when considered in the light of recent history and current events, may seem more fact than fiction.


Poetry of Resistance: Brian Bilston’s ‘Refugees,’ Illustrated and Reversed

Brian Bilston's poem 'Refugees,' which appears in How Lovely the Ruins, purposefully carries an entirely different meaning when read backwards.


The Truth About Sex and Blurred Lines on College Campuses

An excerpt from Vanessa Grigoriadis's book, Blurred Lines: Rethinking Sex, Power, and Consent on Campus, on the link between social media and relationships.