Mary F. Corey is a senior lecturer in American history at UCLA specialising in intellectual history, popular culture, and Black nationalism. Amongst many awards, she is a recipient of the UCLA Distinguished Teaching Award. During her career she has served as an editor of Harper’s Bazaar and New American Review magazines. She is the author of The World Through a Monocle: The New Yorker at Midcentury 15currently titled They Stooped to Conquer.
Adam Bingham is a film lecturer and writer. His expertise is in Japanese film and his book Contemporary Japanese Cinema Since Hana-B was published in 2015 by Edinburgh University Press. He is also regular contributor to publications such as Cineaste, CineAction, Asian Cinema and others.
Founded in 1967, Cineaste is today widely regarded as one of the most important film quarterlies published anywhere in the world. The journal’s unique editorial focus is reflected in the in-depth … Keep Reading
Ed Garland has recently finished his PhD at Aberystwyth University, researching sonic experience in contemporary fiction. In his twenties, he almost lost a battle with his mental health before discovering reading helped him cope with hearing loss and tinnitus. His collection of essays reflecting on this experience, Earwitness: A Search for Sonic Understanding, were announced a winner of the New Welsh Writing Awards in 2018. A genre-busting mix of literary criticism, sound studies and memoir, the essays explore … Keep Reading
Sue Rangeley specialises in crafted embroideries for contemporary dress, one-off accessories and textile art. Her professional career started in 1976 when she entered Vogue House, London, with a collection of embroidered bags and waistcoats. By 1977, her famous ‘Waterlily’ waistcoat launched an order for one hundred silk applique jackets for the designer Bill Gibb (1943–1988). The Victoria & Albert Museum, London, has one of the couture commissions she embroidered for Bill Gibb in their permanent collection.
Sue has … Keep Reading