“Saying No to defeat is the only way to survive” – Interview with Natascha Kampusch

February 21, 2017 5:09 pm1 comment
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I spoke with Natascha Kampusch, Austrian girl who was kidnapped at the age of 10 and held captive in a cellar for eight and a half years. She escaped her captor in 2006. Her new book “10 Years Of Freedom” will be published in England in April this year. Peter […]

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Small Business Crowdfunding tips and challenges from the horse’s mouth

December 6, 2016 2:19 pm0 comments
Small Business Crowdfunding tips and challenges from the horse’s mouth

Innovative Sunglasses brand Staple & Ford have just launched their crowdfunding campaign for their 2017 range (Click Here to View, ends 20th Dec). The brand offers quality acetate sunglasses that are customisable whilst being very affordable. They have now been shipping custom pairs of sunglasses around the world for 2 years. Tom […]

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Bridget Jones, The Romantic Comedy, And How We Change The Conversation

September 29, 2016 3:52 pm0 comments
Bridget Jones, The Romantic Comedy, And How We Change The Conversation

If you type the word Renee into Google the first two suggested searches are “Renee Zellweger face” and “Renee Zellweger surgery” – a testament to the hundreds, perhaps thousands, of articles, comments and think pieces that have been written about the Oscar winner, and three-time nominee’s, appearance since her return […]

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Room by Emma Donoghue and the trauma culture

June 29, 2016 2:54 pm0 comments
Room by Emma Donoghue and the trauma culture

Trauma, as Ann Cvetkovich states in her essay An Archive of feelings is the ‘subject of a discourse that has a history’. In fact, in the nineteenth century trauma referred to a physical wound and become later on in the century associated to mental and physic distress. Thanks to the […]

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