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ZINE REVIEW: The Strange Things? Collective – Progress

ON 19.01.2018

Released 20th October 2017. The Strange Things? Collective are currently accepting submissions for their second zine, this time on the theme of closure. For more info, click here. Review by Elle Wrightson ‘Progress’ is the first zine produced by The Strange Things? Collective. The editors aimed to amplify the voices of young, creative minded individuals,… View Article

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BOOK REVIEW: The Land of Stories: Worlds Collide by Chris Colfer

ON 08.01.2018

Review by Jowita Krasik  This sixth and final installment is a nice conclusion to the story. It emphasises the strength of the relationship between Alex and Conner which has developed over the course of the books. In this final installment, Alex’s every move is controlled by an evil witch and her accomplices. Conner’s goal is to… View Article

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