My Review of ‘The Healthy Kiwi Student’ by The Tasty Twins

Originally published in Issue 1, Craccum Magazine, 2021 (1 March 2019): http://www.craccum.co.nz/?p=7206Featured image sourced from Trang Doan of pexels.com When I think about what it means to be a student, I think about scrounging around the ‘Reduced to Clear’ meat section for random cuts below 10 dollars. Or being on the possible brink of scurvy … Continue reading My Review of ‘The Healthy Kiwi Student’ by The Tasty Twins

My review of ‘Unterzahkn’ by Leela Corman

Originally published in Issue 11, Craccum Magazine, 2019 (27 May 2019): http://www.craccum.co.nz/?p=4135Featured image sourced from Thomas Evans of unsplash.com, and thenewinquiry.com Immigrant this, immigrant that. To be an immigrant is to have an inherent link to a politicised term, to be a traveller of two worlds, but never quite enough for either. Unterzakhn, Yiddish for … Continue reading My review of ‘Unterzahkn’ by Leela Corman

My review of ‘New York Four’ by Bryan Wood and Ryan Kelly

Originally published in Issue 3 of Craccum Magazine, 2019 (25 March 2019): http://www.craccum.co.nz/?p=3642Featured image sourced from Inga Seliverstova from pexels.com. New York City, once dubbed as the ‘belly of the beast’* is home to many a story of cynicism, grit and forging your own path, New York Four is one such novel, but like the … Continue reading My review of ‘New York Four’ by Bryan Wood and Ryan Kelly

Lessons from the Fashion Industry: It Sucks (My Review of ‘Fashion Tribes’ by Daniele Tamagni)

Originally published in Issue 4 of Craccum, 2019 (25 March, 2019): http://www.craccum.co.nz/?p=3695Featured image sourced from pinterest.it The Fashion World, an accessible and wearable empire is also one marred by its notoriety of appropriation and elitism. Fashion, like politics, is criticised more and more for its disconnect with the masses and lack of an educated or … Continue reading Lessons from the Fashion Industry: It Sucks (My Review of ‘Fashion Tribes’ by Daniele Tamagni)