Literature

DIRCKSEY 2018 TEAM APPLICATIONS

Nov 06, 2017Comments off

Join the 2018 Dircksey Team! Apply now to join a Dircksey Team!  Dircksey is looking to create teams for 2018 to produce content for Dircksey’s

P2P HQ

May 13, 2017Comments off

    P2P-HQ: Free Peer 2 Peer assistance in the Library.   If you want to learn how to navigate Blackboard properly; how to format

REVIEW: ‘Queer Wars: The New Globalisatio...

Apr 01, 2017Comments off

By Andrew Douglas  In just over four decades the gay rights movement has become a global phenomenon. Initially, the gay rights movement as it is

Shitty things you shouldn’t do on soc...

Mar 23, 2017Comments off

By resident ‘shitty things’ writer Tristan Sherlock Everyone has moments online where they think of something funny, see something funny or agree with something and they

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REVIEW: Forbidden

Feb 16, 2017Comments off

By Tristan Sherlock Despite what the blurb suggests, this is not an angsty novel about forbidden love or incest – this is a book about

Shitty New Year’s Resolutions (that a...

Dec 27, 2016Comments off

By Tristan Sherlock   Every New Year begins with a bunch of people gathering around telling each other lies about what they’re going to do

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Review: The Unbearable Lightness of Being

Nov 23, 2016Comments off

By Mae Anthony The Unbearable Lightness of Being is the fourth novel by Czech-French author Milan Kundera. Set during the 1968 Prague Spring through to

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Review: Supergods

Oct 23, 2016Comments off

By Rhys Tarling “We tell our children they’re trapped like rats on a doomed, bankrupt, gangster-haunted planet with dwindling resources, with nothing to look forward

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Review: Wilderness Tips

Sep 12, 2016Comments off

By Mae Anthony Wilderness Tips is a collection of short stories by multi-award winning Canadian author Margaret Atwood. Published in 1991, it contains ten short

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Review: Room

Aug 23, 2016Comments off

By Mae Anthony Room is the seventh novel by Irish-Canadian author Emma Donoghue. Released in 2010, it was inspired by one of the children of