Archives for March 2016

At Home With Virginia Woolf

By Chris Hudson In the final entry of her diary on 24th March 1941, Virginia Woolf left no clues to […]

The High Mountains of Portugal: A Thoughtful but Underwhelming Study of Grief

by Mary Kate Costigan Never let it be said that Yann Martel doesn’t like wild animals. Fifteen years ago he […]

The Magic of Venice and ‘The Thief Lord’

by Jessica A. Beck When I first read Cornelia Funke’s The Thief Lord, I couldn’t have been more than 10 years […]

The Year of Shakespeare: How to Celebrate the Bard in 2016

By Mary Kate Costigan Really, every year is the year of Shakespeare. But 2016 holds special importance, as it marks […]

White Day In South Korea: Tales From A Traveling English Teacher

By Amy Munslow South Korea: the land of delicious Kimchi (김치), crooning K-pop stars, and frequent themed holidays. From Pepero […]