The Mancunion

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Danielle Kosky

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Review: Passengers

Passengers attempts to reach for the stars with its sinister plot but ends up getting lost in space instead

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Review: Life, Animated

A young autistic boy manages to understand the world through Disney films

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Review: La La Land

La La Land is an homage to jazz which neglects to ultimately pay any viable homage to jazz

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Review: The Innocents

The Innocents explores the harrowing effects of rape on a group of Polish nuns after World War Two

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Review: Yage Is Our Life

An insightful and poignant look into the effect that the commericialistion of yage is having on the indigenous people of Putumayo, Colombia

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The Society of Young Publishers

Danielle Kosky introduces The Society of Young Publishers and explains how you can get involved in their events

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Review: Black Mirror, Men Against Fire

A chilling look into the future of warfare in the third season of Black Mirror

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Review: Kate Plays Christine

Kate Plays Christine explores the ethics of our fascination with tragedy and death

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Review: The Book of Dhaka

Danielle Kosky reviews The Book of Dhaka, a new collection of short stories from Comma Press