Wednesday, June 28, 2017
The Saint talks to Jodi Picoult about writing, politics and her advice for students.
Each individual is a cog in an enormous machine of creativity and part of a wave of talent that has the potential to effect tremendous social and cultural change.
"As an American student half way through his degree, I know there are poems here I will revisit whenever I miss the rain and the mountains."
Lewis Wood discusses the controversies surrounding the Man Booker prize.

A haven for bibliophiles

The Saint's essential guide to St Andrews' bookshops.
Natasha Franks reviews the recently released script of Harry Potter and The Cursed Child.

How to be a Slam Poet

I was sitting on the library toilet the other day when my gaze was caught by the ‘Stanza poetry festival’ poster. It got me thinking, about poetry and more specifically poetry slam-ing. I’ve attended a couple of Inklight events, and watched some stirring youtube videos so feel I’m well equipped to write this article, nay compendium. To slam, to...
The third instalment of J.K. Rowling’s series, published under the pseudonym of Robert Galbraith, reunites the reader with the war veteran turned private detective, Cormoron Strike, and his ambitious, conflicted assistant, Robin. Continuing pretty directly from where the last book, The Silkworm finished, Career of Evil opens with the duo wrestling with the same issues that plagued them through...
  Michael Miller graduated from the University in 2014 with a first class degree in History. Now, at the age of 23, he has published his first novel - a fantasy entitled The Dragon’s Blade: The Reborn King. The Saint sat down with him to talk about the book, his advice for student writers and his future plans. The Saint: How...
It leaves the reader saddened at the prospect of returning to reality after exploring the rolling hills of Wessex