Green Horses

By A.D. Simmons THE COLT STOOD at fifteen hands and had legs like green saplings. It was narrow-shouldered and too stiff in the hind fore. It could never race. The fucking state of this, Rafferty thought. The horse has such poor confirmation that every time he looked at it he wanted to put a bullet … Continue reading Green Horses

Marxism, Orientalism, and the Subaltern: Adaptations of Marxist Thought by the Subaltern Studies Field

By William Tithecott IN THE YEARS following the 1980s, Marxist thought and its relevance to India has been discussed and disseminated by numerous Indian intellectuals. These scholars would reject many of Marxism’s conventional tenants, notably the socialist master-narrative, and, as Dipesh Chakrabarty has suggested, the possibility of forming arguments that traverse East-West boundaries.[1] “To be … Continue reading Marxism, Orientalism, and the Subaltern: Adaptations of Marxist Thought by the Subaltern Studies Field

Farewell, London

By Dani Cole The once fish-banked shores of the ThamesWere now welling with the discarded rubbishOf modernity. But the smell rising fromThe water was reeling with memories of Home, where the salt-mudded estuaries Of the Dart lapped at their edges. AndAfter returning from a year of reconciliation(Having soldered together the burned Satellites inside my head), I was … Continue reading Farewell, London

Copy Writing: Digital Marketing Internship Application for Bubblegum Stuff

As part of the interview process for an Internship at Bubblegum Stuff (March 2018) I was invited by Courtney Wood to design posters that advertised a product (the Emoji Sock). The target audience was the Millennial demographic. Captions were short and easy to understand, whilst also using wordplay to encourage consumers to buy the product … Continue reading Copy Writing: Digital Marketing Internship Application for Bubblegum Stuff