Flowers for Robin: A Review of Richard Powers’ Bewilderment

By Joppe Kips   After his previous novel The Overstory received the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 2019, I found myself wondering where Richard Powers might take us next. Having themed his novels around subjects such as brain disorders, the First World War, the Holocaust, and eco-activism, it was safe to say that the subject of hisContinue reading “Flowers for Robin: A Review of Richard Powers’ Bewilderment”

A Review of Michaela Coel’s Misfits: A Personal Manifesto

By Kathelijne Schoonackers Michaela Coel’s star has been rising ever since she arrived on the television scene in 2015 with Chewing Gum, a show she wrote and starred in. After this, she landed roles in Black Earth Rising and Been So Long, before writing and starring in the impactful I May Destroy You in 2020. In between winning BAFTA’s and an Emmy for Chewing Gum and I MayContinue reading “A Review of Michaela Coel’s Misfits: A Personal Manifesto”