Victory- A Poem by Becky Bye

  The horizon burns like wildfire As the battle of the day is ended.

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Assassins Creed: Brotherhood – By Lauren Marriner

I seem to be the resident Assassins Creed fan, so I thought it only proper to review the next instalment: Assassins Creed: Brotherhood, released back in November. Originally, I thought it would be a short game- being released so close to its predecessor, I expected it to be a glamorised DLC with a few extra …

Female Commitment-Phobia; no excuse for Ambition – by Claire Cullum-Carter

It was once rumoured that all women dream of a prince charming to sweep them off their feet. Personally, I had always fancied a wild gun-slinging hero fresh from a John Wayne western. So imagine my surprise when a tall-dark-handsome, but unfortunately clingy type, had me dusting off the Nikes. Maybe you would have reacted …

Best rock and metal albums 2010 – By Simon White

If I were to make a list of things in life that are indisputably excellent, the art of making lists would be very near the top (along with electric guitars, pizza and the original Die Hard movie). We all love lists – even shopping lists are quite pleasant, if only for their memory saving capacity. …

Back Home Breeze – A Poem by Joseph Wise

Beyond my eyelids, still unresponsive to the rays playing hide and seek with the window sheers – a parachute inflating and deflating with the undulating April breeze through the open window - a morning marched through the room, exclaiming, “it’s time! Wake up! An orchestra played a familiar arrangement in the trees adjacent to the …